Mar. Durable Goods: -5.7% vs. -2.8% expected, +4.3% prior (revised). Ex-transport -1.4% vs....

Mar. Durable Goods: -5.7% vs. -2.8% expected, +4.3% prior (revised). Ex-transport -1.4% vs. +0.5% expected, -1.7% prior (revised).
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  • mickmars
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    24 Apr 2013, 08:56 AM Reply Like
  • RM13
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    Agree, going long, long, long:)
    24 Apr 2013, 09:02 AM Reply Like
  • Teutonic Knight
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    Don't you worry. There is no worry. Go all IN now; the wonder boy and the professor are in firm control.
    24 Apr 2013, 09:11 AM Reply Like
  • divinecomedy
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    Bullish. Totally, the Fed's gonna buy big equipments soon and store them in Fort Knox.
    24 Apr 2013, 09:20 AM Reply Like
  • june1234
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    Or as someone else posts throughout SA each time a bad number is reported "excellent". Love that one
    24 Apr 2013, 09:56 AM Reply Like
  • Sir. Monaco
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    I love it, - we get terrible news and equity guys are loving it "bullish" , too funny, Bernanke has no idea what he has gotten himself into, - raw material and commodity guys are seeing less orders and that is definitely bearish for them,


    interesting to see the GDP number on Friday,
    24 Apr 2013, 10:03 AM Reply Like
  • quinnman
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    Factor in the revision and the decline was 7.1%. QE is really getting this economy We have ruined capital markets by eliminating price discovery in both bonds and now equities. My bet is Adam Smith will prove to be much smarter than Ben B over the next several years.
    24 Apr 2013, 10:35 AM Reply Like
  • 7of9
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    This is the new normal. This time it is different.
    24 Apr 2013, 02:06 PM Reply Like
  • Macro Investor
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    If only we practiced austerity, cut spending, and drained the economy of liquidity - demand would have been sky high! Mark my words, there will be no sustainable economic growth until we have 30-40% unemployment. This is so easy peasy I don't understand why Bernanke doesn't get this. Next thing you know he will be increasing QE and the markets will rally.
    24 Apr 2013, 06:46 PM Reply Like
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