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Matching Posts For: June, 2013Matches: 23
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6/27/2013 Personal Income Increased 0.5% in May
6/26/2013 Real GDP Revised to a 1.8% Annual Growth Rate in Q1
6/25/2013 New single-family home sales rose 2.1% in May to a 476,000 annual rate
6/25/2013 New orders for durable goods increased 3.6% in May
6/24/2013 Back to Normal
6/20/2013 Existing Home Sales Rose 4.2% in May to an Annual Rate of 5.18 Million Units
6/19/2013 Fed Slightly More Optimistic
6/18/2013 Stocks Are Up, But Still Cheap
6/18/2013 The Consumer Price Index (CPI) Increased 0.1% in May
6/18/2013 Housing Starts Rose 6.8% in May to a 0.914 Million Annual Rate
6/17/2013 It's More Than Housing
6/17/2013 Keynesian Model Blew It Again
6/14/2013 Industrial Production was Unchanged in May, Capacity Utilization Declined to 77.6%
6/14/2013 The Producer Price Index (PPI) Rose 0.5% in May
6/13/2013 Retail Sales Increased 0.6% in May, Above the Consensus Expected Gain of 0.4%
6/10/2013 Where's The Inflation?
6/7/2013 Look Out For An Upside Surprise
6/7/2013 Non-Farm Payrolls Increased 175,000 in May
6/5/2013 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 0.5% Annual Rate in Q1, Unit Labor Costs Fall 4.3%
6/5/2013 The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Increased to 53.7 in May
6/4/2013 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $40.3 Billion in April
6/3/2013 The ISM Manufacturing Index Declined to 49.0 in May
6/3/2013 Is QE Really THAT Important?


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