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- Average State December 2008 Jobless Rate Is Below Average Record High
- Should We Care If China Is Manipulating the Yuan?
- Deja Vu All Over Again: 1992 vs. 2009 Economy
- Adjusted for Labor Force Growth, Jobless Claims Are Below the 1990-91 Recession
- How Much Has Government Grown?
- Putting the Recession in Perspective
- Mortgage Rates Fall to Record Low, Housing Affordability Surges to Record High
- If There's Life After Steel in Pittsburgh, There's Still Hope for Detroit
Commercial Bank Share of Consumer Credit Tops 32%
on Thu, Jan 8, 2009 • Comment!
- Will We See a Debt-Financed Consumer Spending Spree?
- Mortgage Rates Fall to a Record Low Level
- Lower Gas Prices Are Saving U.S. Consumers $1 Billion a Day
- $10 an Hour Pay Gap = Billions of Extra Dollars a Year
- Falling Prices Stimulate Michigan Home Sales
- Traffic Volume Continues to Decrease in October
- Distortions in Comparing Unadjusted Jobless Claims: Labor Force Increased 41% Since 1981
- Excluding Five Worst States, November 2008 Foreclosures Down by 1.10%
- Real Gas Prices at 6-Year Low: A $346 Billion Savings
Real Price of Gas Falls to Five-Year Lows
on Sat, Dec 6, 2008 • 12 Comments
Housing Affordability Reaches All-Time High
on Fri, Dec 5, 2008 • 14 Comments
October Housing Affordability Surges to Highest Level Since 2002
on Thu, Dec 4, 2008 • 6 Comments
Economies Improve in Three States - How Can We Copy Them?
on Wed, Dec 3, 2008 • 10 Comments
- Loan Delinquency Data Suggest We're Nowhere Near a Great Depression II
- Troubled Banks in 1991 Were 25 Times Worse Than Now
- Growth in World Per-Capita Real GDP to Continue
No Real Estate Bubble in Central U.S.
on Sun, Nov 30, 2008 • 16 Comments
Reasons to Give Thanks for Capitalism
on Wed, Nov 26, 2008 • 21 Comments
First Compare Today to the Early 1980s
on Wed, Nov 26, 2008 • 5 Comments
What Do State Unemployment Rates Show About the U.S. Economy?
on Sun, Nov 23, 2008 • 8 Comments
- Consumers Benefit from Car Competition
- Drop in Gas Price = $300B Savings
- Fall in Gas Prices and Less Driving Equals $315B Savings