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We don't anticipate a sharp rebound in housing, but that may not matter, as the sector lacks the power to hamper the ongoing economic expansion.
Employment and productivity reports confirm the private sector's underlying strength.
U.S. manufacturing's gains in competitiveness and productivity help it remain a world leader.
Election years reliably bring plenty of tiresome tax talk from both sides -- but what does it imply for stocks?
The nation is likely setting the stage for growth that should exceed its lowered expectations.
Economic fundamentals for the rest of the year are stronger than many appreciate.
There is historical precedent for this outcome to occur.
A truer picture of the potential global impact of weak eurozone demand lies in the details of the data.
Debate over the safety of hydraulic fracturing has persisted for years.
Chinese officials appear to be teeing up an economic re-acceleration.