Economic Data

August economic data shows how China is past its peak in the short-term growth cycle

China’s August activity data indicates a further easing of momentum, which corroborates our view that the short-term growth cycle has passed its peak in the second quarter. Similar to July, growth deceleration was fairly broad-based across domestic and external sectors. Even though one-off factors have contributed to the weakness, collective signals from July and August data do point to a ...

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‘Santa Barbara Community Indicators Report’ Examines State of the Region | Local News

A report released Tuesday by UC Santa Barbara’s Economic Forecast Project shows that Santa Barbara County’s population growth has been consistent for eight years, but has slowed to slightly less than 1 percent annually.  According to the Santa Barbara Community Indicators Report, the county’s growth rate was 0.72 percent in 2015. The North County and South Coast have followed a similar growth path in ...

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What’s In Store For The Investors?

Looking for economic data? You’ve come to the right week. Only trouble is, most of it is coming out after the opening bell today and beyond – which means, by definition, after the Ahead of Wall Street column is published. August New Home Sales and September Consumer Confidence reports come out at 10am ET. Also, Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks ...

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Fed Speeches Coming Out Today

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Looking for economic data? You’ve come to the right week. Only trouble is, most of it is coming out after the opening bell today and beyond – which means, by definition, after the Ahead of Wall Street column is published. August New Home Sales and September Consumer Confidence reports come out at 10am ET. Also, Fed ...

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Study: US Craft Beer Industry Contributes $68 Billion to Economy

In just four years, the economic impact of small and independent U.S. craft brewers has doubled, according to an updated report issued by industry trade group the Brewers Association on Tuesday. The study, which was based on two national surveys as well as other government and market data, found that the U.S. craft brewing industry, as defined by the BA, ...

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U.S. consumer confidence slips; new home sales hit eight-month low

Get access to the best calls on Wall Street with StreetInsider.com’s Ratings Insider Elite. Get your Free Trial here. By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. consumer confidence fell in September and home sales dropped to an eight-month low in August due to the impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, supporting the view that the storms would hurt economic growth ...

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E.ON SE Has Reached Agreement With Fortum Corporation According To Which E.ON Has The Right To Tender Its … – Fox Business

E.ON SE Has Reached Agreement With Fortum Corporation According To Which E.ON Has The Right To Tender Its …Fox BusinessQuotes delayed at least 15 minutes. Real-time quotes provided by BATS BZX Real-Time Price. Market Data provided by Interactive Data (Terms & Conditions). Powered and Implemented by Interactive Data Managed Solutions. Company fundamental data … and more »

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What’s In Store For The Investors? – September 26, 2017

Looking for economic data? You’ve come to the right week. Only trouble is, most of it is coming out after the opening bell today and beyond — which means, by definition, after the Ahead of Wall Street column is published. August New Home Sales and September Consumer Confidence reports come out at 10am ET. Also, Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks ...

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Dissecting the Pros and Cons of New Big-Data Economic Indicators

It’s a brave new world out there for wonks. Companies including LinkedIn and Trulia rank among a laundry-list of firms producing and publishing their own economic data in the U.S., and it can be hard to parse what’s good and what’s questionable.  Indeed Economist Jed Kolko’s slides on the pros and cons of new data sources, prepared for the National Association of Business ...

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2016 Craft Brewing Economic Impact Report Released

$67.8 Billion to the U.S. Economy, Responsible for More Than 456,373 Jobs Boulder, CO • September 26, 2017—The Brewers Association (BA)—the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American brewers—today released its 2016 Economic Impact Report, a biennial analysis featuring economic data of craft brewing for all 50 states across the United States, the largest and most comprehensive state-by-state report ...

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