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  1. House GOP Tax Plan Includes Broad Cuts

    House GOP Tax Plan Includes Broad Cuts

  2. Consumers' Emergence From Winter Hibernation Continues

    Increasing employment and income data suggest that retail sales could accelerate even more from here.

  3. Consumer Confidence Metrics Hit a Rare Trifecta

    Shopping center data hit new highs, auto sales broke all expectations in June despite strong headwinds, and pending home sales made one of their biggest jumps in the recovery.

  4. Soft Patch for Retail Sales Is Temporary

    Retailers are right to expect a better November as consumers bounce back following Sandy and continue holiday shopping, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  5. Too Soon for Recession Talk

    Some economists believe that recent, noisy data indicate a recession for the U.S. economy, but Morningstar' Bob Johnson says, not so fast.

  6. Holiday Sales Better Than a Lump of Coal

    Despite recent conflicting reports, holiday retail sales should manage decent 3.5% to 4% year-over-year growth once all the data is in, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  7. Yellow Flags for Consumer Spending

    Recent lackluster spending data suggest the consumer is not as strong as some may believe, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  8. 6 Reasons to Check Your Expectations for the Economy

    Why Morningstar's Bob Johnson is not the most optimistic guy on the street.

  9. Job Market Still Slogging

    Lackluster ADP data suggest that August's mediocre job growth likely seeped into September, too, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  10. Not Much for Bulls or Bears in Retail Sales

    The report for December indicates that the economy is neither falling apart nor accelerating in any meaningful way, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

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