American Institute For Economic Research
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Company: American Institute for Economic Research
Private Sector Job Openings Fell Sharply In August
Unit Auto Sales Improved In September But Remained Weak
September Manufacturing Sector Survey Suggests Weakening Activity And Less Intense Price Pressures
Consumer Sentiment Remained Weak In September
Labor Market Remains Tight As Initial Claims Fall Again
Interest Rates And Fed Tightening
Consumer Confidence Rose Again In September, But Risks Remain
New Single-Family Home Sales Jump In August, But Headwinds Intensify
Real Nondefense Capital Goods Orders Remain In A Flat Trend
Some Pictures Are Indeed Worth A Thousand Words
Consumer Inflation Expectations Fell And Sentiment Edged Higher In Early September
Industrial Output Fell, But Manufacturing Output Rose Slightly In August
Real Core Retail Sales Fell In August, Trend Growth Is Weak
Initial Claims Fall For The Fifth Consecutive Week
AIER Leading Indicators Index Signals Continued Elevated Risks
AIER's Everyday Price Index Falls 1.3 Percent In August
No, Hyperinflation Is Not Right Around The Corner
Initial Claims Fall For The Fourth Consecutive Week
August Services Sector Activity Expands, Price Pressures Ease
The Inflation Tide Appears To Be Turning
Unit Auto Sales Remained Weak In August
Unemployment Rate Jumps And Job Gains Slow In August
August Manufacturing Sector Survey Suggests Slow Growth And Less Intense Price Pressures
Consumer Confidence Improved In August, But Risks Remain
Consumer Sentiment Improved In August But Remains Low
Revised Real GDP Posts Smaller Decline, Real Private Domestic Demand Increases
Weekly Initial Claims Post Small Drop
Why Will Inflation Remain So High For So Long?
Real Durable Goods Orders Fell In July
New Single-Family Home Sales Continue To Plunge
Weekly Initial Claims Move To A Flat Trend
Existing Home Sales Continue To Collapse
Nominal And Real Core Retail Sales Increase In July
Single-Family Starts And Permits Fell Again In July
Industrial Output Posts Solid Gains In July
Consumer Sentiment Improved In Early August But Remains Very Low
Weekly Initial Claims Increase For The Fifth Time In The Last 6 Weeks
Making Sense Of The Recession
AIER's Everyday Price Index Falls 0.6% In July
AIER Leading Indicators Index Falls To 29, Signals Broadening Weakness