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Illinois peeps, check out - U.S. Economy Grew at 1.2% Rate in Second Quarter

The disappointing estimate came despite strong consumer spending and was only a slight improvement on the first quarter’s growth rate.. via NYT Business Day http://ift.tt/2atIj9L

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(What's Left of) Our Economy: Which States are the Biggest Economic Growth Winners and Losers?

Last Friday, I reported that the government’s new figures on state-by-state economic growth came out, and focused on what they told us about how manufacturing’s been faring. 654 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

5 Things to Know About How the Feds See the 'Sharing' Economy

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about how startups like Uber and Airbnb are using technology and a new labor model to upend traditional industries like hotels and taxi companies. 762 more words

Tech

The Fed's dual mandate is now a tri-party bail out

On Friday the 2nd revision to the Q1 GDP number came in at 0.8% annualized versus 0.5%, which was the first read. We get the last look at the end of June, although the number is revised further after that. 295 more words

Economy

Beauty Is In the Eye of the Beholder for Obama’s Asian Trade Pact

The United States International Trade Commission, or ITC, has released its assessment of the economic benefits of the Trans Pacific Partnership, a massive trade deal between the United States and 11 Pacific nations covering nearly 40 percent of world GDP. 855 more words

The Cable

Are Americans Abandoning Wireline Data?

A study conducted for the Commerce Department by the U.S. Census Bureau shows that there has been an increase in households that have mobile data as their only source of broadband. 706 more words

The Industry

Key U.S. economic information leaked out ahead of its official release, European Central Bank study alleges

By STEVE GOLDSTEIN

D.C. BUREAU CHIEF
Market Watch


New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has previously weighed in on the issue of the release of economic data. 399 more words