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  1. Don't Count Housing Out in 2015

    After a disappointing year, the housing market should pick up some steam in 2015, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  2. Consumers Gain Some Ground on Their Fixed Bills

    Though off its lows, the financial obligations ratio is still well below average as rates and debt have come down, but rent pressures loom.

  3. A Downside Surprise in October Jobs Report?

    Consumption, exports, and other factors that normally drive employment haven't looked strong and could make for a ho-hum report, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  4. Job Report Shouldn't Be a Disappointment

    Despite missing overly rosy estimates, October's employment report is in line with recent trends, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  5. Surprise: Earnings Turn Out Better Than Expected

    A few high-profile misses notwithstanding, earnings were statistically strong last quarter, with potential for steady, if somewhat slower, growth looking ahead.

  6. Eating Our Way to an Improved Economy

    Robust restaurant sales growth indicates that consumers are warming up to spending more of their hard-earned cash.

  7. What PMI Tells Us About the Economy

    Purchasing manager survey data, which historically has had a strong correlation to GDP, seems to be pointing toward solid economic growth.

  8. Why Interest Rates Could Stay Low for a While

    Several factors, including population growth, income inequality, and low inflation, could keep a lid on rates over the next several years, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  9. 5 Tailwinds to Consumer Spending

    Lower gas prices, an improving job market, and other factors should spur consumers to open their wallets, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  10. What Japan’s Surprise Move Means for the U.S. Economy

    The Bank of Japan's decision to accelerate asset purchases as the Fed is backing off means a strong dollar is likely here to stay, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

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