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Entries in Housing Starts (6)

Monday
Jun182012

Wall Street Week Ahead for the Week of June 18, 2012

For the week beginning June 18, 2012, Research Analysts Mark Bendinelli, CFA, and Troy Harmon discuss the week’s numerous economic indicators, including housing starts and existing home sales. On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve is meeting. The Analysts provide their insight on whether Fed will change monetary policy.

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Monday
Apr162012

Wall Street Week Ahead for the Week of April 16, 2012

For the week beginning April 16, 2012, Research Analysts Mark Bendinelli, CFA, and Troy Harmon discuss who they expect will be leaders in this week's earnings announcements. The analysts also share their expectations on housing starts, industrial production numbers and existing home sales.

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Monday
Mar192012

Wall Street Week Ahead For the Week of March 19, 2012

For the week beginning March 19, 2012, Research Analysts Mark Bendinelli, CFA and Troy Harmon discuss the results of last week's bank stress tests and the multiple points of housing data due out this week, including housing starts, existing home sales and new home sales.

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Monday
Jan162012

Wall Street Week Ahead for the Week of January 16, 2012 

For the week beginning January 16, 2012, Research Analysts Troy Harmon and Nick Antonucci discuss the week's earnings announcements from IBM, Goldman Sachs, Intel and GE. The analysts also provide their insight on the Producer Price and Consumer Price indices and what their readings mean for inflation.

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Monday
Dec192011

Wall Street Week Ahead for the Week of December 19, 2011

For the week beginning December 19, 2011, Research Analysts Mark Bendinelli, CFA, and Troy Harmon discuss the multiple points of housing data that will be released throughout the week and what it may indicate for the housing market. The analysts also give their predictions on Thursday’s University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Survey.

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