Monthly Archives: February 2014

January consumer prices, 4th quarter Household Debt and Credit Report and the MBA National Delinquency Survey

this week saw the two reports from the BLS on prices in January, producer prices and consumer prices; there was also the January report on Housing Permits, Starts and Completions (pdf) from the Census Bureau, which showed a 16.0 percent … Continue reading

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4th quarter NY Fed and MBA graphics

total debt by component: debt 90 days late by type: new late debt by type: per capita debt by state: loan delinquency by duration: foreclosure inventory: foreclosure inventory by state:

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January’s retail sales and industrial production reports

results from both of the key reports for January released this week, on retail sales and industrial production, were likely adversely influenced by the colder than normal weather in the eastern US and the series of winter storms that both … Continue reading

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January retail sales graphics

table excerpted from the pdf: modified FRED pie:

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January jobs report, the CBO on the ACA, the December and annual trade report, and the December Mortgage Monitor

the first jobs report for the new year picked up where the last one left off…with expectations averaging around 190,000 new jobs, the establishment survey for January was extrapolated to indicate seasonally adjusted job creation at 113,000 for the month, … Continue reading

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December LPS & trade graphics

year over year change in delinquencies and foreclosure inventory: historical delinquency and foreclosure graph: monthly foreclosure starts and sales since 2005: foreclosure pipeline ratios bar graph: non-current loans by state – map: non-current loans by state – table: loans counts … Continue reading

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4th quarter GDP, December personal income and spending, & this week’s temperature anomalies

  the key economic release of this week was the Advance estimate of Gross Domestic Product for the 4th quarter, in which the BEA (Bureau of Economic Analysis) estimated that our seasonally adjusted real output of goods and services rose … Continue reading

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