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Matching Posts For: April, 2013Matches: 22
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4/29/2013 Personal income increased 0.2% in March
4/29/2013 More Plow Horse Ahead
4/26/2013 The First Estimate for Q1 Real GDP Growth is 2.5% at an Annual Rate
4/24/2013 New Orders for Durable Goods Fell 5.7% in March
4/23/2013 New Single-Family Home Sales Rose 1.5% in March, to a 417,000 Annual Rate
4/22/2013 Existing Home Sales Declined 0.6% in March to an Annual Rate of 4.92 Million Units
4/22/2013 Guess What? Growth is Back!
4/18/2013 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
4/16/2013 Industrial Production Rose 0.4% in March
4/16/2013 The Consumer Price Index (CPI) Declined 0.2% in March
4/16/2013 Housing Starts Rose 7.0% in March to 1.036 Million Units at an Annual Rate
4/15/2013 Keynes And Retail Sales
4/12/2013 The Producer Price Index (PPI) Fell 0.6% in March
4/12/2013 Retail Sales Declined 0.4% in March
4/9/2013 Don’t Get Spooked by Weak Sales on Friday
4/8/2013 Stockman's Sky is Falling
4/5/2013 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.0 Billion in February
4/5/2013 Non-Farm Payrolls Increased 88,000 in March, Below the Consensus Expected 190,000
4/3/2013 The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Declined to 54.4 in March
4/1/2013 The ISM manufacturing index declined to 51.3 in March from 54.2 in February
4/1/2013 Personal income rose 1.1% in February
4/1/2013 The "V" Is Complete


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