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Matching Posts For: August, 2012Matches: 21
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8/30/2012 Personal income increased 0.3% in July, coming in exactly as the consensus expected
8/29/2012 Real GDP was Revised Up to a 1.7% Annual Growth Rate in Q2
8/27/2012 Still No QE3
8/24/2012 New orders for Durable Goods Increased 4.2% in July, Easily Beating the Consensus Expected 2.5%
8/23/2012 New Single-Family Home Sales Up 3.6% in July to a 372,000 Annual Rate, Beats Concensus
8/22/2012 Existing Home Sales Rose 2.3% in July to an Annual Rate of 4.47 Million Units
8/20/2012 Lengthen the Debt
8/16/2012 Housing Starts Decline 1.1% to 746K at an Annual Rate, New Permits Hit Highest Level Since 2008
8/15/2012 Industrial Production Rose 0.6% in July, Up 4.4% in the Past Year
8/15/2012 The Consumer Price Index (CPI) was Unchanged in July
8/14/2012 Retail Sales Increased 0.8% in July, Beating the Consensus Expected Gain of 0.3%
8/14/2012 The Producer Price Index (PPI) rose 0.3% in July
8/14/2012 The Romney-Ryan Achilles Heel
8/13/2012 The Romney-Ryan Achilles Heel
8/9/2012 Trade Data Boosts GDP to 2.5%
8/8/2012 Nonfarm Productivity Rose at a 1.6% Annual Rate in Q2, Beats Consensus
8/6/2012 Why the Long Face?
8/3/2012 The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Increased to 52.6 in July
8/3/2012 Non-Farm Payrolls Increased 163,000 in July
8/1/2012 Status Quo Fed
8/1/2012 The ISM manufacturing index increased to 49.8 in July from 49.7 in June


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