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Update on March Business Inventory

The business inventory continued to expand in March with about 1% growth rate.  This spells a heathy economic growth during that period of time.  But as I have said many times, this growth is powered by the inventory, not by the … Continue reading

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Update on Business Inventory in February

I have no much to say about the February business inventory data beyond what I have said before on this topic.  Both the retail sale and business inventory are growing indicating a consistent economic growth in February.

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The Backfire of QE and High Oil Price

last week I topped my article regarding the Federal Reserve’s QE that pumps the liquidity to the supply side instead of the demand side.  The article further pinpointed that the consequence of the QE, accompanying with high oil price, will reluctantly squeeze the … Continue reading

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My Short Review of the U.S. Economy in 2010

Today is last day of 2010.  To make this review concise, I am not writing the popular topics that everybody knows, like disappointing unemployment rate or QE about which you can find articles everywhere.  I am blogging here on the … Continue reading

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