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Motor Vehicles, Housing Will Power 2016 Economy

Popular Economics Weekly

Even though Q1 2016 GDP growth looks weak for a number of reasons (such as lower exports and slumping oil prices that depress energy sector earnings), there are reasons it can go higher in 2016. 660 more words

Weekly Financial News


Spring is officially here, and the weather isn’t the only thing heating up.

Consumers are paying more for most goods, the Labor Department reported in March. 431 more words


Cupertino is Mostly about Education

You may well ask why I am talking about Education on a blog which is all about Bicycles and Growth?  Well I’d like readers to understand the character of our city of Cupertino and  one cannot really understand it without talking about Education.   853 more words


Study likely to fuel debate on foreign home buyers

One of the small, low-cost, but important initiatives in the budget, along with some estimates from economists regarding the extent of the issue. Better data means better decisions: 505 more words


Where Are The New Homes?

The Mortgage Corner

Sales of newly built, single-family homes rose 2 percent in February from an upwardly revised January reading to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 512,000 units, according to newly released data by the U.S. 533 more words

Weekly Financial News

Millennials Entering The Market

Millennials are loosely defined a couple different ways. Some say it’s people who are currently between the ages of 20 and 35, and it’s also been said that it’s just anyone who “came of age” around the year 2000. 302 more words