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- My Predictions on the U.S. GDP expansion in Q2, Q3 and Q4 / 2011
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- Consumer Price Index Since 2000
- Update on Business Inventory in February
Tag Archives: GDP
My GDP real-time thermometer model recently issued a strong warning about the US Stock Market. The Dow30 has topped in August and it may crash down to from 13,500 to 14,000 by 9/9/13. I post the warning from the model … Continue reading
My Real-Time GDP Thermometer Model tells me so. But by common sense, I know it is simply NOT possible.
The 0.6% growth is calculated based on my GDP Real-Time Thermometer Model. It is much better than -3.5% contraction I expected back in July. Thanks for the pickups of the economic activities in retail and wholesale levels which effectively compensate the contraction … Continue reading
Based on 55 mainstream economists surveyed in July, they expect the GDP grows 1.9% on average for Q2, 3.1% for Q3 and Q4 this year. Market expects the Q2 grew at 1.7%. The followings are the forecasts based on my models for the U.S. economy: … Continue reading
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.
Today the U.S. Census Bureau reported the January’s retail sale comes at +0.3%, lower than the +0.5% expectation by the market. The retail sale data of December is also revised down to +0.5% from +0.6% reported earlier. In another report, December’s business inventory … Continue reading
Graeme Wearden guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 25 January 2011 11.38 GMT The UK economy shrank by a shock 0.5% in the last quarter of 2010 as Britain’s recovery from recession faltered. Most of the unexpected contraction was caused by the wintry weather … Continue reading