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Matching Posts For: March, 2014Matches: 23
 
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3/31/2014 Repudiating Milton Friedman
3/28/2014 Personal Income and Personal Spending Increased 0.3% in February
3/27/2014 Real GDP Growth in Q4 Revised Up to a 2.6% Annual Rate
3/26/2014 New Orders for Durable Goods Increased 2.2% in February
3/25/2014 New Single-Family Home Sales Declined 3.3% in February to a 440,000 Annual Rate
3/24/2014 Fed Funds Rate An Anachronism
3/20/2014 Existing Home Sales Declined 0.4% in February to a 4.60 Million Annual Rate
3/19/2014 Dovish Words, Hawkish Forecast
3/18/2014 The Consumer Price Index Increased 0.1% in February
3/18/2014 Housing Starts Declined 0.2% in February to 907,000 Units at an Annual Rate
3/17/2014 The Fed's Mistakes of 2008
3/17/2014 No Extension Needed
3/17/2014 Industrial Production Increased 0.6% in February
3/14/2014 The Producer Price Index (PPI) Declined 0.1% in February
3/13/2014 Retail Sales Increased 0.3% in February
3/10/2014 All Hail the Bull Market
3/7/2014 Nonfarm Payrolls Increased 175,000 in February
3/7/2014 The Trade Deficit Came in at $39.1 Billion in January
3/6/2014 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 1.8% Annual Rate in Q4
3/5/2014 The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Declined to 51.6 in February
3/3/2014 Ukraine Fears Temporary
3/3/2014 The ISM Manufacturing Index Increased to 53.2 in February
3/3/2014 Personal Income Increased 0.3% in January
 

 

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