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People accepting government largess in return for permanent vote
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Austerity and Buy Signals
1/30/2015 - Austerity American-style; is it too early to change the course?
Obama wants to ditch sequestration, and he will use the typical
talking points. On the White House website, sequestration is
being blamed for cuts in after-school programs that will affect
1.2 million kids, along with the elimination of 30,000 teaching
jobs, meals for more than four million homebound seniors, and
less funding for first responders in local communities.... MORE

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Giving Away Prosperity
Syriza won big in Greece on Sunday, January 25 and it sets the stage for a serious showdown that will test the nerves of lenders and borrowers. Germany has a lot to lose if Greece defaults on bonds and bailout obligations. But, it could lose more if it allows the debtor nation to dictate terms that Read more.

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Econ Wrap-Up: Pending Home Sales
1/29/2015 By Jennifer Coombs
The last housing reading of the week certainly didnít negate the positive trend, but instead shows that the overall housing trend is stagnant. Indications for other housing data was positive all week, but the pending home sales report was rather disappointing, dropping by 3.7% in December. A decline
Econ Wrap Up: Case-Shiller, Consumer Confidence, New Homes and Durable Goods
1/27/2015 By Jennifer Coombs
Echoing CATís disappointing economic outlook was the reporting of durable goods orders in December, which unexpectedly dropped by 3.4% for the month after a decline of 2.1% in November. Consensus actually anticipated that durable goods orders would rise by 0.7% in the month. In the early session on
Talkin' 'Bout Real 'Tough' Love
1/26/2015 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
I donít hear people talking about it much these days, but when Bush was president, many of my black and some of my liberal friends would complain that we were still due our ď40 acres and a muleĒ or th
Econ Wrap Up: Dallas Fed Manufacturing
1/26/2015 By Jennifer Coombs
The Dallas Federal Reserve released its manufacturing data for the month of January, and it told much of the same story as the Empire State and Philly Fed releases. Factory activity in Texas was flat for the month, with the production index coming in at 0.7. The production index is a key measure of
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The Message of the Market
1/26/2015 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
It's been a wild year The Message of ups and downs- very manic action that's obviously unsettling as if the market is grappling for direction and guidance. Let's talk about the message of the market;
Accurate, Yet Still a Lie
1/26/2015 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
In 1863, Samuel Butler wrote a series called "Darwin among the Machines" which prophesized that machines would eventually surpass mankind in supremacy making us inferior. I bring this up not only out
Doomsday on the Mediterranean
1/23/2015 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
There is a big election in Greece tomorrow. It might not have the impact it would have had a few years ago, even a few weeks ago, because the European Central Bank (ECB) will begin spreading cash thro
Econ Wrap-Up: Existing Home Sales, Leading Economic Indicators, and More
1/23/2015 By Jennifer Coombs
As expected, existing home sales popped in December 2014 by 2.4% to an annual sales rate of 5.04 million units, versus a slightly revised 6.3% decline in November to 4.92 million units. This gain underscores the housing report from Wednesday, as sales were led by single-family homes which increased

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