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July Consumer Confidence: 65.9 vs. 61.5 expected, 62.7 (revised from 62.0) prior. Expectations...

July Consumer Confidence: 65.9 vs. 61.5 expected, 62.7 (revised from 62.0) prior. Expectations 79.1 vs. 73.4 prior. Present Situation 46.2 vs. 46.6 prior.
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  • anonymous#12
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    And another blow to the recessionary calls.

     

    Income, Indistrial Production, retail sales all hit all time highs.....

     

    Home Prices surging, with huge pockets of recoveries in places like Vegas and Florida. The recovery is here to stay.

     

    NO recession.
    31 Jul 2012, 10:11 AM Reply Like
  • Stoploss
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    NO QE
    31 Jul 2012, 10:14 AM Reply Like
  • anonymous#12
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    I hope so. QE just distorts market pricing and rewards banks. It doesn't help the working man.
    31 Jul 2012, 10:17 AM Reply Like
  • The Geoffster
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    The private sector is doing fine. It's the public sector that needs help. When interest rates rise, the interest on the public debt will make the fiscal cliff look like a dirt mound. I propose a wealth tax of 100% on every politician who ever voted for a spending bill.
    31 Jul 2012, 12:10 PM Reply Like
  • rajchak
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    No more easy money. We are recovering and will keep recovering. Hold on to your breath and the world will turn around.
    31 Jul 2012, 02:10 PM Reply Like
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