|AUTHOR: Kerry Hilsabeck, CFP® |
TITLE: Investment Adviser Rep
TAGS: Jobs, PCE, Goods, Housing, Yield Curve, Money Supply, S&P 500, Consumer Sentiment
Heading the economic news from last week, our leading indicators, Durable Goods suprised to the upside by rising 3.2% (after two consecutive months of decline) and New Home Sales, (Month over Month) rose 9.6% in March while February was a 3.9% decline. Be sure to check out more of last week’s leading indicators here and stay tuned for the latest in Market Thoughts.
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