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Bounce in Housing, Economic Activity Wobbles: What We Learned During the Week of April 18-22

Economic activity remained slow in March, even though existing home sales bounced back. Here are the 5 things we learned from U.S. economic data released during the week ending April 22. 754 more words

Economics

Report: There Is No Sign Of Recession: “Strong Consumer Spending Underscores The Economy’s Underlying Strength”

By Mac Slavo – SHTFplan.com

For those who think the U.S. economy is going under, a report from Reuters suggests you’re just peddling fiction.

According to official data there is nothing to worry about. 705 more words

News/ Current Events

Spark in Manufacturing Activity, Pick Up in Core Consumer Prices: What We Learned During the Week of February 15-19

Manufacturing had its largest single-month increase in activity since last summer (although the sector remains weak) while core consumer prices continue to pick up. Here are the 5 things we learned from U.S. 1,039 more words

Economics

5000 blowJOBS Created Due To Valentine's Day Say Stats Office

With a still sluggish economy dominating the newsreels it was of welcome relief to hear from the statistics department of job increases.

According to Bert Mc Prix… 89 more words

Satire

Purposive Approach to 2004 Citizens Directive: Supreme Court Rules No Entitlement to Welfare Benefits For Economically Inactive EU Citizens in the UK

The Supreme Court has just recently  notified the very  interesting  case of  Mirga (Appellant) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Respondent); UKSC 1… 4,299 more words

Human Rights

Economic Activity Is Slowing Down Much Faster Than The Experts Anticipated

Source: The Economic Collapse Blog, by Michael Snyder

We have not seen global economic activity fall off this rapidly since the great recession of 2008.  662 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Business Conditions Stagger, Yet Consumers Perk Up for the Holidays: What We Learned During the Week of December 21-25

On one hand, a revised Q3 GDP estimate does not inspire nor does data on November business conditions. Yet, consumer sentiment improved as 2015 was wrapping up with Americans opening up their wallets. 922 more words

Economics