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In one line: The reopening spike continues; the Fed better be right about "bottlenecks".
10th Jun 2021 16:11U.S.
U.S. Consumer Confidence, May 2021
25th May 2021 16:42U.S.
University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Survey, May preliminary 2021
14th May 2021 16:22U.S.
U.S. Consumer Confidence, April 2021
27th Apr 2021 16:12U.S.
U.S. Housing Starts, March, Univ. of Michigan Consumer Sentiment, April 2021
16th Apr 2021 15:18U.S.
U.S. Consumer Prices, March 2021
13th Apr 2021 16:03U.S.
U.S. Univ. of Michigan Consumer Sentiment, March 2021
12th Mar 2021 16:25U.S.
U.S. Consumer Prices, February 2021
10th Mar 2021 16:04U.S.
U.S. Consumer Confidence, February 2021
23rd Feb 2021 16:17U.S.
U.S. Univ. of Michigan Consumer Sentiment, February 2021
12th Feb 2021 15:37U.S.
U.S. Consumer Confidence, January 2021
26th Jan 2021 16:35U.S.
U.S. Consumer Prices, December 2020
13th Jan 2021 16:23U.S.
In one line: Housing and confidence are pausing, not reversing.
22nd Dec 2020 16:36U.S.
In one line: Surprisingly resilient, likely due to stocks, vaccine news.
11th Dec 2020 16:03U.S.
In one line: The broad-based core CPI increase is noteworthy; jobless boosted by unwinding of Thanksgiving seasonals.
10th Dec 2020 16:40U.S.
In one line: Likely not the bottom, but the late winter and spring will see a sustained rebound.
24th Nov 2020 16:04U.S.
In one line: Elections have consequences, especially for sentiment among Republicans.
13th Nov 2020 16:01U.S.
In one line: Core inflation is stable for now; medium-term, all bets are off.
12th Nov 2020 16:25U.S.
In one line: Not great, but not terrible, either.
27th Oct 2020 16:12U.S.
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