Economic Update 9-26-2016 Economic data for the week was largely focused around the FOMC meeting, where no interest rate policy action was taken. Several housing metrics came out during the week, to mixed results, with stronger pricing and homebuilder sentiment, … Continue reading
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Economic Update: Economic data was mostly focused on inflation and housing: CPI was up marginally, while housing stats were mixed—remaining below trend for an economic recovery. Stock markets were a mixed bag, with larger-cap stocks performing a bit better than … Continue reading
Economic data remained mixed, but some of the winter effects of the past few months appear to be dissipating. An important test in coming weeks/months will be how the much more extreme-than-average winter normalizes and if economic data can similarly … Continue reading