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  1. Central Banks Take Center Stage Again

    The market may cheer more free money for all, until the reality of Japan's issues gets a second look.

  2. U.S. Manufacturing Powers Ahead, but Housing Gets Hazy

    The manufacturing sector looked particularly strong this week, while housing data was mixed.

  3. U.S. Consumers Remain on Strike

    Hopefully, their boost in savings will start to burn a hole in the economy's pocket.

  4. GDP Shocker Means Many 2014 Growth Forecasts Will Be Coming Down (but Not Mine)

    A sharp downward revision to first-quarter GDP will have many economists reaching for their erasers, but I'm taking a wait-and-see approach, writes Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  5. Time to Pull Out the Rose-Colored Glasses?

    When examined more carefully, the economy seems to be picking up a little bit of steam.

  6. 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.

  7. GDP Growth Back on Track for 2014

    This week's GDP report now makes my original full-year 2.0%-2.5% GDP forecast a real possibility, writes Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

  8. Europe Rattles Markets, Bonds Soar, and U.S. Equities Benefit From Both

    Maybe investors have realized that the best growth prospects remain in the United States

  9. Decreased Oil and Gas Imports Keep Trade Deficit in Line

    Additional oil and gas production and shipments explain why the trade deficit has held steady or even improved amid the recovery.

  10. Bouncing Up or Bouncing Back?

    After some truly horrendous data in December, January, and February, the economy needed its recent show of strength just to get back to the trend line.

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