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Matching Posts For: October, 2015Matches: 24
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10/30/2015 Personal Income and Personal Consumption Both Grew 0.1% in September
10/29/2015 The First Estimate for Q3 Real GDP Growth is 1.5% at an Annual Rate
10/28/2015 Fed Sets Stage For December Rate Hike
10/27/2015 New Orders for Durable Goods Declined 1.2% in September
10/26/2015 New Single-Family Home Sales Declined 11.5% in September
10/26/2015 The Labor Market Mystery
10/26/2015 M2 and C&I Loan Growth
10/22/2015 Existing Home Sales Increased 4.7% in September
10/20/2015 Housing Starts Increased 6.5% in September
10/19/2015 GDP: Soft Headline, Solid Fundamentals
10/19/2015 M2 and C&I Loan Growth
10/16/2015 Industrial Production Declined 0.2% in September
10/15/2015 The Consumer Price Index Declined 0.2% in September
10/14/2015 Retail Sales Increased 0.1% in September
10/14/2015 The Producer Price Index Dropped 0.5% in September
10/12/2015 The Fed DID NOT Save the Economy
10/12/2015 M2 and C&I Loan Growth
10/6/2015 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $48.3 Billion in August
10/5/2015 The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Declined to 56.9 in September
10/5/2015 The Bull Market Still Lives
10/2/2015 Nonfarm Payrolls Increased 142,000 in September
10/1/2015 No Recession in Sight
10/1/2015 The ISM Manufacturing Index Declined to 50.2 in September
10/1/2015 Chinese Auto Stimulus


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