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Data Round-Up: Real Consumption Set for Another Solid Gain in 16Q3

FMI’s analysis of today’s June Personal Income & Consumption report as well as our review of 16Q2 GDP Sources & Assumptions

Data Round-Up: Real Consumption Rebounding Strongly in 1Q2

FMI’s analyses of today’s April Personal Income & Consumption report, May Chicago Purchasing Managers’ Index results and March Home Prices data, plus notes on May Consumer Confidence as well as our Summary of major data released in May and Calendar of economic releases in June.

Data Round-Up: Real Consumption Likely Rose Less than +2% in 16Q1

FMI’s analyses of today’s February Personal Income & Consumption data and February Advance International Trade in Goods results.

Data Round-Up: Real Consumption on Track for +3.5% Growth in 16Q1

FMI’s analyses of today’s January Personal Income & Consumption data, Second Report of 15Q4 GDP, and the January Advance International Trade in Goods results.

Data Round-Up: Light at End of Tunnel for Mfg; Continued Solid Income Trend

FMI’s analyses of this morning’s January PMI, December Construction and December Personal Income reports.

Data Round-Up: Real Consumption on Track for +3.7% Gain in 15Q3

FMI’s analysis of this morning’s August Personal Income & Consumption data as well as our Preview of the rest of the week’s notable data releases.

Data Round-Up: PMI Orders Edge Up; Construction Points to +0.5% Revision to 15Q2 GDP

FMI’s analyses of this morning’s July PMI, June Construction and June Personal Income & Consumption reports.

Data Round-Up: PMI, Construction, Income Register Upside Surprises

FMI’s analyses of this morning’s May PMI, April Personal Income & Consumption and April Construction reports.

Data Round-Up: March Results Point to Stronger Consumption, Higher Inflation Ahead

FMI’s analyses of this morning’s March Personal Income and Consumption report, April Chicago Purchasing Managers Index and other Regional Surveys, and Weekly UI Claims and Rail Traffic data.

Data Round-Up: Consumption Likely Grew Just +2% in 15Q1, But Income Remains Solid

FMI’s analysis of this morning’s February Personal Income & Consumption report.

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