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The Bottom In Housing May Be Near

The existing home sales report for January was the worst in over ... prices, suggests a bottom sometime this spring. Normally, I don't post on existing home sales, but since no data on new home ... read more

Worst retail sales drop in 9 years is 'every bit as bad as it looks'

Retail sales dropped 1.2% month-over ... the data lose credibility,” Jim O’Sullivan, chief U.S. economist at High Frequency Economics, said of the Census Bureau’s data. “The trend may ... read more

Why the Rally in Fitbit Stock May Be on Its Last Legs

There’s an increasing amount of data ... suggests that Fitbit did have a strong holiday period, led by strong smartwatch sales. That further supports the long-term bull thesis that the worst is ... read more

Every Premier League stadium ranked by its atmosphere – from worst to best

England’s top-flight division boasts extraordinary broadcast figures – with access to it in over 212 countries ... Surprisingly, the data recorded suggests the atmosphere at the ‘Theatre ... read more

U.S. Economy Stronger Than Retail Sales Suggest

The ambiguity in the data will simply reinforce the FOMC ... (2817), November 7 (2815), and December 3 (2800). This suggests that the over head supply should slow what has been a freight train ... read more

Hurricanes are intensifying more rapidly and it may be our fault

The percentage of tropical systems that have intensified rapidly in the Atlantic Ocean has tripled over the last ... in both of the data sets "is outside HiFLOR's estimate of expected internal climate ... read more

Your relationship may be better than you think – find the knot | Opinion

Relationship science suggests that the problem is that people tend ... and allow the minor stuff to simply fade away. Data from a representative sample of over 5,000 Americans, ranging in age from 21 ... read more

The 2008 "Subprime" Housing Crisis May Be Repeating Itself…This Time With Cars

“The substantial and growing number of distressed borrowers suggests that not all Americans have benefited ... November 9, 2017 The worst hit parts of the impending “subprime” auto loans crisis are al... read more

FDA official: There could be more tainted blood pressure pills

The search for a cause suggests that these impurities ... "If 8,000 patients take a contaminated product over the course of four years, only one will develop the cancer," Freeman explained. "That's th... read more

The Worst May Be Over For Apple's Stock

Techincal analysis suggests ... in over a year. Technical analysis also suggests the stock is due to rise after the relative strength index hit oversold levels. Meanwhile, the chart also indicates a b... read more

Red Sox CF Jackie Bradley says 2018 was his worst defensive season

Analyzing his defensive metrics suggests ... may not have been his best season but it clearly wasn’t his worst in terms of UZR and he remained among the league’s elite. Inside Edge Fielding ... read more

Your relationship may be better than you think – find the knot

Overall, the implication for your relationship is clear: The continuous pursuit of perfection could be fine for a car, but in your relationship it may ... Data from a representative sample of over ... read more
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