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Strong Aircraft Sales Pushed New Durable Goods Orders Sharply Higher in April

The Census Bureau said that new durable goods orders increased 3.4 percent in April, extending the 1.9 percent gain seen in March. Sales of new durable goods orders rose from...

Here are the big US cities everyone is moving to and from

The US Census Bureau released its annual estimates of population change and its causes for the nation's 381 metropolitan statistical areas. One of the major factors in population change is net domestic migration, or the difference between...Show More Summary

Bot automatically generates maps from American Community Survey data

The American Community Survey is an ongoing survey run by the United States Census Bureau that collects data about who we are. The map maker bot by Neil Freeman is… Tags: bot, Census Bureau, Twitter

U.S. cities with fastest population growth

The United States Census Bureau recently released its most recent data on the population of American cities in the U.S. Some metropolitan areas are experiencing tremendous growth, especially in the South. The West has also done tremendously on the population growth front. The following is a comprehensive list of the top 10 U.S. cities with the fastest population growth...

New Home Prices

As part of the new home sales report, the Census Bureau reported the number of homes sold by price and the average and median prices.From the Census Bureau: "The median sales price of new houses sold in April 2016 was $321,100; the average sales price was $379,800."The following graph shows the median and average new home prices. Show More Summary

New Home Sales increased sharply to 619,000 Annual Rate in April

The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in April were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 619 thousand. The previous three months were revised up by a total of 44 thousand (SAAR)."Sales of new single-family houses in April 2016 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 619,000, according to estimates released jointly today by the U.S. Show More Summary

New home sales surge to an 8-year high

New home sales surged 16.6% at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 619,000 in April, according to the Census Bureau. Economists forecast that sales of new single-family homes rose 2.4% at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 523,000...Show More Summary

Tuesday: New Home Sales, Richmond Fed Mfg, Q1 2016 Household Debt and Credit Report

Tuesday:• At 10:00 AM ET, New Home Sales for April from the Census Bureau. The consensus is for a increase in sales to 523 thousand Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate (SAAR) in April from 511 thousand in March.• Also at 10:00 AM, Richmond...Show More Summary

Another Year of Rapid Growth

Last week, the US Census Bureau released 2015 population estimates by city. To nobody’s surprise, Seattle continues to grow rapidly, having added 15,300 more residents in the year ending June 2015. Seattle has grown by 74,000 residents (12.1%) in just five years. Seattle, for the third year in a row, is among the five fastest […]

Population growth is concentrated in Texas cities, says US Census Bureau

Everything is bigger in Texas... and it's growing. According to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau, five of the nation's 11 fastest growing cities are in the Lone Star State. As of July 2015, the population in one Texas community near Austin upticked by 7.8 percent annually, making it the nation's fastest growing community. Show More Summary

America's Top-10 Fastest Growing Cities [Infographic]

New data from the U.S. Census Bureau has revealed that five of America's eleven fastest-growing cities are in Texas.Georgetown, Texas, recorded the largest population increase of any city nationwide (with 50,000 or more inhabitants) between July 1, 2014 and July 1, 2015with its population rising 7.8 percent. It is part [...]

Here's the fastest growing city in every state

The US Census Bureau recently released their annual population estimates for 749 incorporated cities with at least 50,000 residents. We previously looked at the fastest growing and shrinking cities across the US, and now we turn to individual...Show More Summary

Census Bureau Data Says America’s Largest Cities Saw A Surge In Population Growth: Denver, Austin and Houston The Biggest Winners

According to recent U.S. Census Bureau data released Thursday, all but one of America’s 20 largest cities witnessed a surge in population growth in 2015. Metropolises like Denver, Houston and Austin were the biggest winners, seeing the most significant growths. Show More Summary

Here are the US cities with the fastest growing and shrinking populations

Four of the ten fastest growing cities in the US are in Texas. The US Census Bureau just released population estimates for July 1, 2015 for 750 incorporated cities and towns with at least 50,000 residents across the United States, showing...Show More Summary

Rents Set To Keep Rising After Depressed Multfamily Starts, Permits

Unlike recent months when the Census Bureau reported some fireworks in the New Housing Starts and Permits data, the April update was relatively tame, and saw Starts rise from an upward revised 1,099K to 1,172K, beating expectations of...Show More Summary

Housing Starts increased to 1.172 Million Annual Rate in April

From the Census Bureau: Permits, Starts and CompletionsHousing Starts:Privately-owned housing starts in April were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,172,000. This is 6.6 percent above the revised March estimate of 1,099,000,Show More Summary

A Minimum Wage Problem or a Lifestyle Problem?

As a country, we have shouted, preached, and tried to portray America as the richest country in the world. Over the past several decades, it has become more difficult to claim that. Recent Census Bureau data puts the number of people living in poverty by government standards at almost 47 million citizens. Show More Summary

Another Headline Head Fake - The Consumer Can't Save The U.S. Economy | Stockman

... today's Census Bureau release provided unmistakable evidence of an exhausted consumer that the media cheerleaders missed altogether. Thus, between April 2010 and April 2014 when households were recovering their sea legs after the...Show More Summary

The middle class is vanishing in America's cities

The middle class in America's cities has shrunk dramatically in the 21st century. A Pew Research Center analysis of Census Bureau data looked at the state of the middle class in America's metropolitan areas. Pew defined "middle-income"...Show More Summary

Another Headline Head Fake——-The Consumer Can’t Save The U.S. Economy

After a week in which all the big retailers—Macy’s, Kohl’s, Nordstrom’s, Gap, JC Penney, Dillard’s——reported exceedingly downbeat results for their April quarter, it is not surprising that the Census Bureau’s statistical fabrication mill reported robust April retail sales. Show More Summary

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