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Market Outlook: Risk On Thursday
by EconMatters.com Cisco Well, miracles do still happen, that dog of a stock for the last (too long to count) actually beat for the quarter, yes I am ...
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Weak Economics Leave Energy and Natural Resources Mixed, Lower (June 4, 2012)
Energy and Natural Resources Market Radar (June 4, 2012)   Strengths   U.K. coal consumption was at a six-year 46 percent high in the first quarter. The exact ...
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Big GDP Miss: 2.2% Vs Expectations Of 2.5%, Composition Even Uglier
So much for the +3.0% GDP whisper number. Instead of printing at the expected number of +2.5%, the first preliminary GDP data point (two more revisions pending) came ...
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The Politics of Oil (Charles Lieberman)
  by Charles Lieberman, Advisors Capital Management April 16, 2012 Oil prices have given a bit of ground recently, as rising inventories suggest that any possible supply disruptions ...
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The Oil Conundrum Explained
Submitted by Brandon Smith of Alt Market The Oil Conundrum Explained Oil as a commodity has always been a highly valuable early warning indicator of economic instability.  Every ...
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Q4 GDP Misses Estimates, Inventory Stockpiling Accounts For 1.9% Of 2.8% Q4 US Economic Growth
The US economy grew at a 2.8% annualized pace in the supposedly blistering fourth quarter, yet the number was a disappointment not only in that it missed estimates ...
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What's Up With the Chinese Economy?
The GDP-weighted Composite CFLP PMI that I calculate for China rebounded strongly to 52.6 in December from 49.3 in November. Much of the rebound can be attributed to ...
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Doug Kass: Ten Questions for the Bears
Isn't it amazing after a frantic run up in the first hour, we have sat in a +/- 2 point range on the S&P around that 1188 level ...
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Oil Market: Rectifying The Broken Paper Pricing Model
It has become quite apparent that major changes are necessary in the oil futures market after the latest year of volatility which had little relation to the actual ...
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What Sort Of Rebound In 2H11? (Brown)
What Sort Of Rebound In 2H11? July 4 – July 8, 2011 The recent data have been mixed, consistent with a slower rate of economic growth in the ...
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Bullish Backdrop for Energy Prices
BCA Research, in a short report on energy prices, said: “Tightening efforts in China have had virtually no impact on energy demand, as crude oil imports remain in ...
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Sonders: House of the Rising Sun
House of the Rising Sun: A Check-Up on Housing Liz Ann Sonders, Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. January 18, 2011 Key points Housing ...
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Rosenberg on the Non-Double-Dip; A Look Ahead to Second Half-2011 and 2012
by Michael 'Mish' Shedlock, Global Economic Trends Analysis The "Double Dip" for 2010 did not happen and one for 2011 now seems unlikely as well. However, a recession ...
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More Of The Same
More Of The Same by Scott Brown, Chief Economist, Raymond James November 1 – November 5, 2010 Real GDP rose about as expected in the third quarter. Details ...
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Copper & Baltic Dry Index Not Confirming Any Firm Reason for Rallying
This article is a guest contribution by TraderMark. It's been quite remarkable to watch this market rally in the face of all major pillars of the U.S. economy ...
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