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Producer Prices Rise 0.4% in June
Producer Prices Rise 0.4% in June

07/16/14 - 09:25 AM EDT

June PPI posted +0.4%, and core (final demand less food & energy) +0.1%.

Economy Adds 288,000 Jobs in June
Economy Adds 288,000 Jobs in June

07/03/14 - 09:05 AM EDT

The U.S. May trade and latest labor market data suggest ongoing economic improvement.

US Personal Income Rises 0.4% in May
US Personal Income Rises 0.4% in May

06/26/14 - 10:52 AM EDT

The U.S. May personal income is flashing caution and the latest weekly unemployment claims data are steady.

Durable Goods Orders Drop 1% in May
Durable Goods Orders Drop 1% in May

06/25/14 - 09:56 AM EDT

Nondefense capital goods shipments were down 0.7%, suggesting soft capital spending.

May Retail Sales Weaker Than Expected
May Retail Sales Weaker Than Expected

06/12/14 - 11:09 AM EDT

The latest economic data suggest weak sales though the Q2 arithmetic looks good, few layoffs, and no price problems.

US Adds 217,000 Jobs in May
US Adds 217,000 Jobs in May

06/06/14 - 08:55 AM EDT

The U.S. May employment report was about as vanilla as it could be, suggesting continued decent economic growth.

April Personal Income Up 0.3%
April Personal Income Up 0.3%

05/30/14 - 08:53 AM EDT

The U.S. April personal income data showed a surprising slowing in wages, part of which were saved, and real consumption that set up a slow Q2 GDP growth pace.

Jobless Claims Drop 27,000 to 300,000
Jobless Claims Drop 27,000 to 300,000

05/29/14 - 10:14 AM EDT

The latest U.S. unemployment claims and Q1 GDP reports show that the economy is still growing.

April Durables Orders Up 0.8%, Reflecting Defense Spending

The latest U.S. durables orders data suggest military spending held up the total, masking some underlying weakness.

Housing Starts Rise 13.2% in April
Housing Starts Rise 13.2% in April

05/16/14 - 09:02 AM EDT

The U.S. April housing data look good on their face as the starts total jumped 13.2% to an above-expectations 1.072 million units, but underlying details show that this key market still has a long way to go before being declared healthy.

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