Economy

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March 6, 2002

Orders & Shipments Of Manufactured Goods Post January Increase

New figures show orders for and shipments of manufactured goods posted an increase in January

March 1, 2002

Manufacturing, Other Economic Indicators Increase

Business within the nation’s manufacturing sector has expanded for the first time in 18 months, and there’s better news when it comes to consumer spending, personal income and construction spending

February 28, 2002

GDP Revised Up For Final Quarter Of 2001

The U.S. economy did better in the fourth quarter than first thought. The Commerce Department released figures this morning showing the nation’s Gross Domestic Product grew at a 1.4% rate in the final quarter of last yea

February 27, 2002

Durable Goods Orders & Shipments Increase In January

Updated 12:15 p.m. EST. Orders and shipments for durable goods and shipments posted a healthy increase in January, indicating the struggling manufacturing sector may soon be headed for a recovery

February 26, 2002

Consumer Confidence Drops In February

American consumers have turned a little fickle about the future of the economy

February 21, 2002

Economic Indicators Increase In January

There are more indications the American economy is poised for a turnaround. This morning the Conference Board reported its Index of Leading Economic Indicators increased 0.6% in January

February 15, 2002

Wholesale Prices Edge Up, Industrial Production Falls Slightly In January

Prices at the wholesale level increased very slightly in January, ending three straight months of declines

February 13, 2002

Retail Sales Show Improvement In January, Despite Overall Drop

Retail sales fell slightly in January, but the drop was due to a falloff in one area

February 5, 2002

Factory Orders & Shipments Post December Increase, Down For 2001

U.S. factory orders and shipments increased in December, adding hope the worst of the economic recession may be over

February 1, 2002

Manufacturing & Unemployment Improve

Manufacturing activity in the United States improved in January

January 31, 2002

Personal Income Up, Consumer Spending Down

Consumers have shaken off the economic shock of Sept. 11

January 30, 2002

Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged

Interest rates will remain where they are for the time being

January 30, 2002

GDP Posts Fourth Quarter Increase

Updated 2 p.m. EST – It wasn’t much of an increase, but the economy did expand in the final quarter of 2001. This morning the U.S. Commerce Department released figures indicating the Gross Domestic Product grew 0.2% during the last three months of the year

January 29, 2002

Consumer Confidence & Durable Goods Orders/Shipments Increase

Two good pieces of news about the American economy were released Tuesday: Consumer confidence and durable goods orders and shipments are on the increase

January 25, 2002

2001 Heavy Truck Sales Numbers Plunge

Annual sales for U.S. heavy truck makers took a big hit last year, with every truck maker seeing declines in their retail sales

January 24, 2002

Greenspan Says Better Days Ahead For Economy

There are more signs an economic recovery is at hand…Fed Chairman Alan Greanspan is upbeat…for a change

January 22, 2002

U.S Economy Headed Toward Recovery, Says Group

The U.S. economy may be closer to seeing the end of the recession. On Tuesday morning The Conference Board reported its index of Leading Economic Indicators in December posted its biggest gain since February 1996 to 111.4

January 17, 2002

Home Starts Down For December, Up For Year

Construction of new homes fell in December, but final numbers for 2001 posted a solid gain

January 16, 2002

2001 Industrial Production Worst Since '82

Industrial production in the United States fell for the fifth straight month in December, ending a year with the worst record since 1982

January 15, 2002

December Retail Sales Better Than Expected

Retail sales were down the last month of the year, but not as much as expected

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