The U.S. Employment Situation – March 2014
Employment Situation
Direct Edge CEO William O’Brien’s Statements During CNBC Interview Were False
HFT Bill Obrien Lied
Tracking The Fed – April 3, 2014
Tracking the Fed
Weekly U.S. Intermodal Rail Traffic Up 13.5% Year Over Year
ISM Non-Manufacturing NMI Expands To 53.1
ISM Non-Manufacturing Survey
International Trade Deficit Increases To $42.3 Billion In February
Weekly Initial Jobless Claims Rise To 326k
Jobless Claims
Light Vehicle Sales Increase To Annual Rate Of 16.40 Million In March
Vehicle Sales
Factory Orders Increase 1.6% In February
National Financial Conditions Index Tightens To -0.89
ADP Sees 191k New Payrolls In March
ADP Employment
National Gas Price Rises To $3.53 Per Gallon In March
Gasoline Prices
Small Business Employment Was Little Changed In March
Intuit Small Business
Restaurant Performance Index Decreases To 100.5
Store Sales Slow To A Crawl Waiting For A Late Easter This Year
Store Sales
Construction Spending Rises 0.1% In February
Construction Spending
ISM Manufacturing PMI Expands To 53.7
ISM Manufacturing
Dallas Fed Manufacturing Improves To +4.9
Dallas Fed Manufacturing
Chicago PMI Sinks To 55.9
Chicago PMI
An Overview Of Global Macro Themes
Global Themes
U.S. Economic Radar – March 28, 2014
State Unemployment Rates Little Changed In February
State Unemployment
March Final Consumer Sentiment Reading Slips To 80.0
Consumer Sentiment
Personal Savings Rate Increases To 4.29%
Personal Income and Outlays
Tracking The Fed – March 27, 2014
Tracking the Fed
Weekly U.S. Intermodal Rail Traffic Up 10.6% Year Over Year
KC Fed Manufacturing Rises To +10
KC Manufacturing
Weekly Initial Jobless Claims Fall To 311k
Jobless Claims