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Ryan Bend

Ryan Bend

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Cracks Appear In Housing

    Published 07 October 2004 | viewed 3,124 times

    UNEDITED The second quarter of this year was one of the rare times in recent history that gross private investment contributed more to GDP growth…

  • Revising Down

    Published 30 September 2004 | viewed 1,931 times

    Last week, the National Association of Realtors reported that sales of existing homes fell to a 6.54 million annualized rate from 6.72 million last month.…

  • Economic Flux

    Published 09 September 2004 | viewed 2,744 times

    UNEDITED Last week was capped off by the August employment report that revealed 144,000 jobs were added. While slightly lower than the 150,000 jobs economists…

  • Looking Behind CPI

    Published 19 August 2004 | viewed 2,462 times

    On Tuesday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the Consumer Price Index fell 0.1% in July from the prior month and is 3.0% higher…

  • Will Consumers Bounce Back?

    Published 05 August 2004 | viewed 3,205 times

    UNEDITED! The government's tally of personal spending for June confirmed that spending contracted. In fact, the report published by the Commerce Department showed that spending…