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Australian scientist calls for ‘heads to roll’ over adjusted temperature data

Yesterday we posted on BoM’s bomb on station temperature trend fiddling. Today, Dr. Jennifer Marohasy writes: Who’s going to be sacked for making-up global warming at Rutherglen? HEADS need to start rolling at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. The senior management have tried to cover-up serious tampering that has occurred with the temperatures at an experimental…

New Home Sales at 412,000 Annual Rate in July

The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 412 thousand. June sales were revised up from 406 thousand to 422 thousand, and May sales were revised up from 442 thousand to 454 thousand."Sales...Show More Summary

Australian Bureau of Meteorology accused of Criminally Adjusted Global Warming

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has been caught red-handed manipulating temperature data to show "global warming" where none actually exists. At Amberley, Queensland, for example, the data at a weather station showing 1 degree Celsius...Show More Summary

July Housing Starts Climb in U.S., Engage Cruise Control in Canada

U.S. total housing starts in July, at 1.093 million units seasonally adjusted and annualized (SAAR), climbed to their second highest level since the Great Recession, according to a joint press release from the Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Housing Starts increase to 1.093 million Annual Rate in July

From the Census Bureau: Permits, Starts and CompletionsHousing Starts:Privately-owned housing starts in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,093,000. This is 15.7 percent above the revised June estimate of 945,000 andShow More Summary

Retail Sales Flatlined in July; AP Deadpans That Americans With No Money 'Are Hesitant to Spend'

This morning, the Census Bureau, in its advance report on retail sales, revealed that seasonally adjusted July sales were "virtually unchanged" from June. Expectations were for a 0.2 percent gain, supposedly with "solid upside" potential. Show More Summary

Retail Sales unchanged in July

On a monthly basis, retail sales were unchanged from June to July (seasonally adjusted), and sales were up 3.7% from July 2013. Sales in June were unrevised at a 0.2%. From the Census Bureau report:The U.S. Census Bureau announced today that advance estimates of U.S. Show More Summary

Bureau of Labor Statistics reports 209,000 new jobs created in July, slightly below expections

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that the U.S. economy created 198,000 seasonally adjusted new private non-farm jobs in July and 11,000 public-sector jobs for a total of 209,000. Officially, the unemployment rate rose to 6.2 percent. Show More Summary

Comments on the New Home Sales report

The new home sales report for June - combined with the downward revisions for previous months - was very weak.The Census Bureau reported that new home sales this year, through June, were 225,000, Not seasonally adjusted (NSA). That is...Show More Summary

New Home Sales decrease to 406,000 Annual Rate in June

The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in June were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 406 thousand. May sales were revised down from 504 thousand to 442 thousand, and April sales were revised down from 425 thousand toShow More Summary

What Does The Consumer Price Index Measure? Inflation Or Cost Of Living? What's The Difference?

By Ed Dolan: On Tuesday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the US Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 3.13 percent in June. What does such a figure really mean? Is it a measure of inflation...Show More Summary

US CPI Rises at 3.1 Percent Annual Rate in June. What Does That Mean? An Increase in the Cost of Living, or Inflation?

On Tuesday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the US Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose Mike Bryan on the Atlanta Fed’s Macroblog has made me think again.at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 3.13 percent in June. What does...Show More Summary

CPI increases 0.3% in June, Core CPI 0.1%

From the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS): Consumer Price Index - June 2014The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) increased 0.3 percent in June on a seasonally adjusted basis, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Show More Summary

Housing Starts decline to 893 thousand Annual Rate in June

From the Census Bureau: Permits, Starts and CompletionsHousing Starts:Privately-owned housing starts in June were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 893,000. This is 9.3 percent below the revised May estimate of 985,000, but isShow More Summary

CHART: The Squigglier The Line, The More Summery The Job

The Bureau of Labor Statistics just published this fun graph which shows summer employment peaks in a handful private-sector industries, not seasonally adjusted, for January 2004 through Mary 2014. Employment in these industries follow...Show More Summary

Retail Sales increased 0.2% in June

On a monthly basis, retail sales increased 0.2% from May to June (seasonally adjusted), and sales were up 4.3% from June 2013. Sales in May were revised up from a 0.3% increase to a 0.5% increase. From the Census Bureau report:The U.S. Show More Summary

Government reports gain of 288,000 jobs in June, official jobless rate falls to 6.1%. U6 at 12.1%

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In a report showing well above the forecast consensus, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday that the U.S. economy generated 262,000 seasonally adjusted new private non-farm jobs in June while 26,000 public-sector jobs were added for a total of 288,000. Show More Summary

Construction Spending increased slightly in May

The Census Bureau reported that overall construction spending increased in May:The U.S. Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce announced today that construction spending during May 2014 was estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $956.1 billion, 0.1 percent above the revised April estimate of $955.1 billion. Show More Summary

Sales of new homes spike in May

Sales of new single-family houses shot up in May from the previous month, according to data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. New home sales jumped a seasonally adjusted 18.6 percent...

New Home Sales increase sharply to 504,000 Annual Rate in May

The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in May were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 504 thousand. April sales were revised down from 433 thousand to 425 thousand, and March sales were revised up from 407 thousand to 410...Show More Summary

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