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This Wasn’t Supposed To Happen

Who would’ve thought? ;) This Wasn’t Supposed To Happen

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WRKO interview

Warren Mosler on the Economy

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Warren Mosler again on RT America

#BoomBust with @ErinAde & @Edwardnh: @PCraigRoberts on corporatism and @wbmosler on the economy [VIDEO] — RT America (@RT_America) October 2, 2014

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Household incomes

>    >   (email exchange) >    >   On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 3:36 PM, wrote: >    >   I feel like you can officially say “Told ya so” >    Thanks! And that’s household income- generally 2 people working! Incomes are much lower than you … Continue reading

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Euro lending to households contracts for 28th month

Weak euro zone lending data underscores need for ECB stimulus By Eva Taylor Sept 25 (Reuters) — Lending to euro zone households and companies contracted for the 28th month in a row in August, though at a slower pace, putting … Continue reading

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Chart from Pavlina Tcherneva

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Business Roundtable survey falls from 95.4 to 86.6

Whoops… Third quarter US growth outlook cloudy: Survey Sept 6 (CNBC) — Corporate executives are scaling back plans for sales, capital spending and job creation this quarter, according to a the Business Roundtable (BRT) survey Tuesday, consistent with other indicators … Continue reading

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Industrial production

The chart looks true to the ‘down for the cold winter, followed by a bounce back, then back down’ narrative as previously discussed: Industrial Production Highlights Industrial production slipped 0.1 percent in August after a gain of 0.2 percent the … Continue reading

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follow up on today’s releases

Consumer Sentiment up but stuck at historically low levels: Full size image The chart shows how, over time, technology allows inventories to be lower than otherwise. The latest ‘counter trend’ drift to somewhat higher inventories have been ‘inflating’ GDP- adding … Continue reading

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Retail Sales, Univ of MIch consumer sentiment

Seems 16 states had sales tax holidays in August that might have caused August sales to be up a bit and perhaps ‘borrow’ from September: Tax Holidays Note the area circled in orange shows a steady decline in the monthly … Continue reading

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