Posts tagged as: mitt romney

Economic Statistics for 22 Apr 14

Economic Statistics for 22 Apr 14

ICSC-Goldman reports weekly retail sales rose 0.4%, and were up 1.9% on a year-over-year basis. Redbook reports a 3.7% rise in retail sales over last year. The FHFA House Price Index rose 0.6% in February, with a year-on-year rate at 6.9%. Sales of existing homes weakened, down -0.2% in March, to a 4.59 million annual rate. The Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index rose from -7 in March to 7 in April. Dale’s social media profiles: Twitter | Facebook | Google+

KURTZ: Can Jeb Bush afford to run for president?

KURTZ: Can Jeb Bush afford to run for president?

Read more: KURTZ: Can Jeb Bush afford to run for president?

KURTZ: Chelsea’s baby: Why political pundits are thrilled for Hillary

KURTZ: Chelsea’s baby: Why political pundits are thrilled for Hillary

Read more: KURTZ: Chelsea’s baby: Why political pundits are thrilled for Hillary

Economic Statistics for 16 Apr 14

Economic Statistics for 16 Apr 14

The Fed’s Beige Book today continued to characterize US economic growth as “modest” or “moderate”, i.e. below-trend. The Atlanta Fed Business Inflation Expectations report projects year-ahead inflation of 1.9%. Industrial production rose 0.7% in March, while capacity utilization in the nation’s factories rose 0.4% to 79.2%. Housing starts rose a less-than-expected 2.8% to a 0.946 million annual rate. The MBA reports that mortgage applications rose 4.3% last week. Purchases rose 1.0% and re-fis rose 7.0%. Dale’s social media profiles: Twitter | Facebook | Google+

When you’re getting trashed because of what you did, change the subject – play the race card

When you’re getting trashed because of what  you did, change the subject – play the race card

That seems, according to James Taranto and many others, what Democrats have decided to do since they can’t conceivably defend their horrific record for the mid-terms. ? Scare the low-information voters again, this time using the race card : This column probably isn’t the first to notice a recent intensification of liberal and Democratic rhetoric about race. Last month Paul Ryan was the object of a Two Minutes Hate for some comments on…

Economic Statistics for 15 Apr 14

Economic Statistics for 15 Apr 14

ICSC-Goldman reports weekly retail sales fell -0.3%, and were up 2.3% on a year-over-year basis. Redbook reports a 2.6xx% increase in retail sales over last year. The Consumer Price Index rose 0.2% in March, both at the headline and core level. On a year-over-year basis, the CPI is up 1.5% at the headline level, and…

Economic Statistics for 14 Apr 14

Economic Statistics for 14 Apr 14

March retail sales rose 1.1%, with sales ex-autos up 0.7% and ex-autos and -gas up 1.0%. Business inventories rose 0.4% in February, but a 0.8% rise in business sales left the stock to-sales ratio at 1.31. Dale’s social media profiles: Twitter | Facebook | Google+

Asian American group begins effort to push GOP candidates, citing values

Asian American group begins effort to push GOP candidates, citing values

A GROUP OF Asian Americans is starting a grassroots effort to raise support for Republican candidates among America’s fastest-growing ethnic group, claiming that the GOP more closely aligns with the community’s values. Top conservatives gather to slam ObamaCare in NH Push for Carson run gains steam Obama addresses low turnout of Latino voters in midterms

A fat finger apology.

A fat finger apology.

I attempted, from my GRENDEL to correct a spelling error on my last post. ? Heh and the fat finger progression (several) led to, not a correction but an obliteration of said last post. I ain’t hardly rethinking anything I said with regard to Holder’s contempt of Congress, except for the misspelling of Jason Statham’s name. And yes, between Silk browser and my fat fingers this IS a GRENDEL, not a Kindle. My apologies for the bad comedy. ? The absence of the document is nothing more than dumbfoolery on the high interweb.

Economic Statistics for 9 Mar 14

Economic Statistics for 9 Mar 14

The MBA reports that mortgage applications fell -1.6% last week. Purchases were up 3.0$% but re-fis fell 5.0%. Wholesale inventories rose 0.5% in march, while a 0.7% rise in wholesale sales kept the stock-to-sales ratio at a chubby 1.19. Yes, it has been a boring week for economic data. Dale’s social media profiles: Twitter | Facebook | Google+

Log in / Advanced NewsPaper by Gabfire Themes