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Write Economic Report Headlines for Next Month (Vanity)
Money.cnn.com ^ | 2/27/04 | Money Online Reference

Posted on 02/29/2004 9:47:14 AM PST by Tennessean4Bush

  event = events   earnings = earnings  
  Feb 27

8:30a   GDP-Prel.     

8:30a   Chain Deflator-Prel.     

9:45a   Mich Sentiment-Rev.     

10:00a   Chicago PMI     

  Mar 1

8:30a   Personal Income     

8:30a   Personal Spending     

10:00a   Construction Spending     

10:00a   ISM Index     

  Mar 2

    Auto Sales     

    Truck Sales     

  Mar 3

10:00a   ISM Services     

2:00p   Fed's Beige Book     

  Mar 4

8:30a   Initial Claims     

8:30a   Productivity-Rev.     

10:00a   Factory Orders     

  Mar 5

8:30a   Nonfarm Payrolls     

8:30a   Unemployment Rate     

8:30a   Hourly Earnings     

8:30a   Average Workweek     

3:00p   Consumer Credit     

  Mar 10

8:30a   Trade Balance     

10:00a   Wholesale Inventories     

  Mar 11

8:30a   Initial Claims     

8:30a   Retail Sales     

8:30a   Retail Sales ex-auto     

8:30a   Export Prices ex-ag.     

8:30a   Import Prices ex-oil     

2:00p   Treasury Budget     

  Mar 12

8:30a   Current Account     

8:30a   PPI     

8:30a   Core PPI     

8:30a   Business Inventories     

9:45a   Mich Sentiment-Prel.     

  Mar 15

8:30a   NY Empire State Index     

9:15a   Industrial Production     

9:15a   Capacity Utilization     

  Mar 16

8:30a   Housing Starts     

8:30a   Building Permits     

2:15p   FOMC Meeting     

  Mar 17

8:30a   CPI     

8:30a   Core CPI     

  Mar 18

8:30a   Initial Claims     

10:00a   Leading Indicators     

12:00p   Philadelphia Fed     

  Mar 24

8:30a   Durable Orders     

10:00a   New Home Sales     

  Mar 25

8:30a   Chain Deflator-Final     

8:30a   GDP-Final     

8:30a   Initial Claims     

10:00a   Help-Wanted Index     

10:00a   Existing Home Sales     

  Mar 26

8:30a   Personal Income     

8:30a   Personal Spending     

9:45a   Mich Sentiment-Rev.     

  Mar 30

10:00a   Consumer Confidence     

  Mar 31

10:00a   Factory Orders     

10:00a   Chicago PMI     

  Apr 1

    Auto Sales     

    Truck Sales     

8:30a   Initial Claims     

10:00a   Construction Spending     

10:00a   ISM Index     

  Apr 2

8:30a   Nonfarm Payrolls     

8:30a   Unemployment Rate     

8:30a   Hourly Earnings     

8:30a   Average Workweek     

  Apr 5

10:00a   ISM Services     

  Apr 7

8:30a   Export Prices ex-ag.     

8:30a   Import Prices ex-oil     

3:00p   Consumer Credit     

  Apr 8

8:30a   Initial Claims     

8:30a   PPI     

8:30a   Core PPI     

10:00a   Wholesale Inventories     

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TOPICS: Business/Economy; News/Current Events; Political Humor/Cartoons; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: economy; humor; mediabias; prognostication
Predict the headlines for the upcoming week or two of economic news. Be creative.
1 posted on 02/29/2004 9:47:15 AM PST by Tennessean4Bush
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To: Tennessean4Bush
Job creation up 7.5%

Unemployment claims drop by 4.8%

Stock market zooms up 7%

Bush will still loose to Kerry because he is too effective as President by 23% according to a CBSNYTIMESABCCNNTERRYMCCAULIFFEDNC Poll.

2 posted on 02/29/2004 10:02:29 AM PST by Bommer (John Kerry = War Criminal!)
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To: Tennessean4Bush
Here's my take!!

JOBS COME ROARING BACK!

Of course I believe that only right-wing organizations will get that headline .. while liberals will say - "SOME JOB IMPROVEMENT - is it enough to help Bush Win??"
3 posted on 02/29/2004 12:13:52 PM PST by CyberAnt (The 2004 Election is for the SOUL of AMERICA)
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To: CyberAnt
Unemployment rate at dips only to 5.4% - public still uneasy
4 posted on 02/29/2004 7:35:10 PM PST by Tennessean4Bush (An optimist believes we live in the best of all possible worlds, the pessimist fears this is true.)
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To: Bommer
Nonfarm employment up 175,000. Grave concerns remain. Will it last?
5 posted on 02/29/2004 7:36:39 PM PST by Tennessean4Bush (An optimist believes we live in the best of all possible worlds, the pessimist fears this is true.)
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To: Tennessean4Bush
Guess I'm more optimistic than that!
6 posted on 02/29/2004 7:49:46 PM PST by CyberAnt (The 2004 Election is for the SOUL of AMERICA)
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To: Tennessean4Bush
I know what we WON'T see in the headlines or hear in the news. The Dems, paleo-protectionists and the lamestream media don't want us to see the true picture, and realize that the Bush economy is pretty good, all things (terrorist attacks, war, etc.) considered.

Here's what was discovered on another thread:

During Clinton's "Great Economy" back in 1996:
Unemployment was at 5.6%
Average wage was $11.82/hr.
Inflation was 3.3%

During George W. Bush's "miserable failure" economy of 2004:
Unemployment is at 5.6%
Average wage is $15.40/hr.
Inflation is 1.9%

Find out the rest, in CNN's own words, at this thread:
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1087145/posts

7 posted on 02/29/2004 7:51:31 PM PST by Choose Ye This Day (I've got a fever...and the only prescription is MORE COWBELL! --rock legend, Bruce Dickinson)
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To: Tennessean4Bush
The New York Times:

Recession Over - Women and Minorities Hardest Hit!


8 posted on 02/29/2004 7:54:49 PM PST by Revolting cat! ("In the end, nothing explains anything!")
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