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Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 40 states in June

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for June 2015. In the past month, the indexes increased in 40 states, decreased in seven, and remained stable in three, for a one-month diffusion index of 66. Show More Summary

Earlier: Philly Fed Manufacturing Survey decreased to 5.7 in July

From the Philly Fed: July Manufacturing Survey Manufacturing activity in the region increased modestly in July, according to firms responding to this month’s Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey.... The survey’s broadest measure ofShow More Summary

Philly Fed: Growth in Manufacturing Activity Slowed Somewhat in July

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said that growth in the manufacturing sector in its district slowed somewhat in July.Read the Rest...

Philly Fed "Bounce" Plunges To 2015 Lows, Employment Tumbles

After June's hope-strewn dead-cat-bounce, Philly Fed has plunged back to the lows of the year. Printing 5.7, missing expectations of 12.0, this is the biggest miss since January. It appears the weakness in Q1 (and Q2) and now Q3 was more than just weather... Show More Summary

Here comes the Philly Fed ...

At 10:00 a.m. ET, the Philadelphia Federal Reserve will release its latest reading on manufacturing activity in the region. Economists estimate that the index fell to 12.0 from 15.2 in June, according to Bloomberg. Earlier this week, Bank of America Merrill Lynch highlighted research showing that this index is the best indicator of economic growth. Show More Summary

Thursday: Unemployment Claims, Philly Fed Mfg, Homebuilder Survey, Yellen

From Jon Hilsenrath and Kate Davidson at the WSJ: Fed’s Yellen Aims to Move Rates Up Soon, but on a Slow PathFed officials have indicated they could move rates as early as September, though many investors expect the Fed to wait until December. Show More Summary

Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 35 states in May

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for May 2015. In the past month, the indexes increased in 35 states, decreased in 10, and remained stable in five, for a one-month diffusion index of 50. Show More Summary

Philly Fed: Manufacturing Activity Rose to Its Highest Level of 2015 So Far

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said that new orders and shipments rebounded in June, lifting its headline manufacturing indexRead the Rest...

Philly Fed Manufacturing Survey increased to 15.2 in June

From the Philly Fed: June Manufacturing Survey Manufacturing conditions in the region improved in June, according to firms responding to this month’s Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey. Indicators for general activity, new orders, and shipments remained positive and increased over their readings in May. Show More Summary

Philly Fed crushes expectations

The Philadelphia Federal Reserve's latest manufacturing report came in at 15.2, crushing expectations for a reading of 8.0. This is the highest reading for the measure since December. The report showed that demand for manufactured goods...Show More Summary

Thursday: Unemployment Claims, CPI, Philly Fed Mfg Survey

Off topic: A bizarre sight in California... crabs attack! Click on photo for larger image. Photo taken at China Cove in Newport Beach, CA by Steven.From the WaPo: Why these bright, tiny crabs are blanketing Southern California beachesThey...Show More Summary

The Rich Have Never Been Richer: US Household Assets Hit $99 Trillion

Moments ago the Fed's latest Flow of Funds report confirmed what the Philly Fed noted recently (and what blogger and Citadel trader Ben Bernanke vehemently denies): that the Fed keeps making America's uber rich ever richer, when in the...Show More Summary

Aussie Central Bank Admits, Property Prices "Have Gone Crazy"

With The Philly Fed admitting QE has been the driver of inequality in the USA and the Kiwis slashing rates unexpectedly, the fact that Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens uttered the following is even more crucial. "I think...Show More Summary

Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 40 states in April

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for April 2015. In the past month, the indexes increased in 40 states, decreased in six, and remained stable in four, for a one-month diffusion index of 68. Show More Summary

Friday: CPI, Yellen

Earlier from the Philly Fed: May Manufacturing Survey Manufacturing activity in the region increased modestly in May, according to firms responding to this month’s Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey. Indicators for general activity, new orders, and shipments were positive but remain at low readings. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Region "Weak but Stable"; Kansas City Region "Declines More Sharply"

More weak economic reports came out today. Let's take a look at two regional manufacturing reports.Philly Fed Region "Weak but Stable"The Bloomberg Economic Consensus for the Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook Survey was 8.0. Economists got the leading sign correct, but the consensus estimate was a tad high with the index posting 6.7. Show More Summary

Spot The 'Fundamental' Difference

Misses: China PMI German PMI US PMI Initial Claims Chicago Fed Existing Home Sales Philly Fed Kansas City Fed -> Stock at all time high — zerohedge (@zerohedge) May 21, 2015 But none of that matters: As goes oil... so goes US equities... Charts: Bloomberg

Philly Fed: Manufacturing Outlook Eased Slightly in May

The Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank said that the manufacturing outlook eased slightly in May. The composite index of general businessRead the Rest...

Stocks Recover Post-FOMC Losses After 4-For-4 Economic Data Misses

Manufacturing PMI - Miss/Drop. Existing Home Sales - Miss/Drop. Philly Fed - Miss/Drop. Economic Confidence - Miss/Drop. Buy Stocks...

Philly Fed Hovers Near 15-Month Lows, Prices Paid Collapse Most Since Lehman

After a very modest bounce in April, Philly Fed fell again in May, printing a disappointing 6.7 (against 8.0 expectations). Philly Fed has now missed 5 of the last 6 (and 7 of the last 9) months. While new orders picked up, prices paid plunged at recessionary pace, inventories tumbled, and the average workweek slumped. Show More Summary

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