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Matching Posts For: February, 2013Matches: 20
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2/28/2013 Real GDP Revised to a 0.1% Annual Growth Rate in Q4
2/27/2013 New Orders for Durable Goods Fell 5.2% in January
2/26/2013 New Single-Family Home Sales Boomed 15.6% in January
2/25/2013 Fed Will Make Excuses About Inflation
2/21/2013 Existing Home Sales Rose 0.4% in January to an Annual Rate of 4.92 Million Units
2/21/2013 The Consumer Price Index (CPI) was Unchanged in January
2/20/2013 Housing Starts Fell 8.5% in January to 890,000 Units at an Annual Rate
2/20/2013 The Producer Price Index (PPI) Rose 0.2% in January
2/19/2013 Don't Fear the Sequester
2/15/2013 Industrial production declined 0.1% in January
2/13/2013 The Plow Horse State of the Economy
2/13/2013 Retail Sales Increased 0.1% in January, Matching Consensus Expectations
2/11/2013 There the Bears Go Again
2/8/2013 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services came in at $38.5 Billion in December
2/7/2013 Nonfarm Productivity (Output Per Hour) Declined at a 2.0% Annual Rate in Q4
2/5/2013 The ISM non-manufacturing index declined to 55.2 in January
2/4/2013 The Pessimists Are Losing
2/4/2013 Optimism Is Winning
2/1/2013 The ISM Manufacturing Index Rose to 53.1 in January from 50.2 in December
2/1/2013 Non-Farm Payrolls Increased 157,000 in January


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