Data Round-Up: Another Upside Surprise in Goods Exports; New Home Sales Disappoint

posted by Michael Lewis on October 26, 2016

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Today’s data show another significant upside surprise in goods exports, while imports came in softer than expected.


FMI’s analyses of today’s September Advance Indicators report (Goods Trade, Wholesale & Retail book-value inventories) and September New Home Sales. 

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