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December CPI and Retail Sale Missed Expectations

The retail sale data in December come as 0.6% growth with expectation of 0.8%.  With the gasoline price flying, the CPI in December increases by 0.5%, missing market expectation of 0.4%.  Note that when consumers spend more on the gas that stimulates import they … Continue reading

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Market Watch – 01/11/2011

The minute wave [iv] looks ended yesterday and lasts 3 days.  If it is the case, the new bullish minute wave [v] kicked off yesterday after touching the 20 day simple moving average.  According to my mood dynamic theory, it should last about … Continue reading

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Services ISM Beats Expectations While Drop In Employment Index Confirms ADP Beat Was An Aberration

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/05/2011 10:42 -0500 from zerohedge.com Following the too good to be true ADP number, the December Services ISM number came at 57.1 on a 55.7 consensus and an improvement from November’s 55- a multi-year high. … 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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Dallas Fed’s Texas Manufacturing Index Misses Expectations Of 17

It comes at 12.8 and inventories surges.

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Wholesale Data Suggests Economy Expanded at 4% Pace in October

In October, the inventory of wholesale grew 1.9% plus 2.2% growth of sale.  That comes to 4.1% growth of demand from wholesalers and eventually will translate to 4% sale growth for manufacturers.  It has been reported the retail sale grew … Continue reading

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Inventory Accumulation Drives the Current Expansion of the U.S. Economy

This bull run since March, 2009 has entered its 21st month, accompanied by the real U.S. economic recovery even though it is just a jobless one.  In the past few years, the U.S. economy has passed four phases in an … Continue reading

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