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Economic Update: 'Where Do We Go From Here?'

We can expect the economy to continue to grow but at a decelerating pace, and not... More

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Angie's List Posts Net Loss, Revenue Up 11%

Despite growth in revenue, Angie's List posted a net loss of $0.14 per share. More

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U.S., Others Plan Biggest Release of Reserve Oil
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Remodeling activity fell in fourth quarter of 2007

Remodeling activity fell sharply in the fourth quarter of 2007, according to the... More

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20/20 Hindsight

The stock market slump affected sales in our target market, Silicon Valley, as residents lost the portfolio liquidity to fund home remodeling projects. Doug Dwyer, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen, Waco, Texas, Big50 2000 More

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Early Recovery

An economic recovery may be coming earlier than expected. Ten indicators make up the Index: average weekly initial claims for unemployment insurance, interest rate spread, money supply, average weekly manufacturing hours, index of consumer expectations, building permits, stock prices, vendor performance, and manufacturers' new orders both for non-defense capital goods and for consumer goods and materials.Consumer Confidence Still Climbing Further support for an economic recovery comes from the rise in the Consumer Confidence Index in January. The Expectations Index, which measures consumers' outlook for the economy six months from now, is at 96.9, 27 points higher than in October. More

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