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Vehicle Forecast: Sales Expected to Exceed 17 million SAAR in September

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Vehicle Forecast: Sales Expected to Exceed 17 million SAAR in September

The automakers will report September vehicle sales on Tuesday, October 3rd. Note: There were 26 selling days in September 2017, there were 25 in September 2016. From WardsAuto: Forecast: SAAR Expected to Surpass 17 Million in September A WardsAuto forecast calls for U.S. light-vehicle sales to reach a 17.5 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate...
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Zillow: Case-Shiller House Price Index expected to slow further year-over-year in May

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Zillow: Case-Shiller House Price Index expected to slow further year-over-year in May

The Case-Shiller house price indexes for April were released Tuesday. Zillow has started forecasting Case-Shiller a month early – and I like to check the Zillow forecasts since they have been pretty close.   From Zillow: Case-Shiller Indices Will Continue to Show More Marked Slowdowns he Case-Shiller data for April 2014 came out this morning (research brief...
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Yellen Speech Next Week Canceled, Nomination as Fed Chair Expected Very Soon

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Yellen Speech Next Week Canceled, Nomination as Fed Chair Expected Very Soon

From the WSJ: Yellen Speech Canceled as White House Weighs Fed Pick The Economic Club of New York has canceled a coming speech by Fed Vice Chairwoman Janet Yellen as the White House moves closer to selecting a new head of the central bank. The group said Friday that the Oct. 1 speech by...
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Report: Bailout Costs for Fannie and Freddie expected to decline

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Report: Bailout Costs for Fannie and Freddie expected to decline

From Nick Timiraos at the WSJ: Cost of Bailing Out Fannie and Freddie Expected to Fall Sharply Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are expected to begin repaying taxpayers for their bailout faster than initially projected, in part because of an improving housing market. The Federal Housing Finance Agency, the companies’ federal regulator, released a...
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WSJ: IMF report shows Greek Debt situation worse than expected

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WSJ: IMF report shows Greek Debt situation worse than expected

Not a surprise … from the WSJ: IMF Draft Sees Greek Debt Reaching 129% of GDP in 2020 The International Monetary Fund now expects Greece’s debt to reach 129% of the country’s gross domestic product in 2020 … That is even further above the level most economists consider sustainable than previously thought, making it...
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