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Philly cops steal $500,000 from drug suspects: feds

In a massive six-year heist, six Philadelphia police officers viciously beat up drug suspects and stole more than $500,000 from the people they were investigating, federal agents said Wednesday.

Philly cops steal $500,000 from drug suspects: feds

In a massive six-year heist, six Philadelphia police officers viciously beat up drug suspects and stole more than $500,000 from the very people they were investigating, federal agents said Wednesday.

Philly Fed Strongest Since March 2011

Today's report on manufacturing activity in the Philadelphia region came in better than expected (23.9 vs 16.0), hitting its highest level since March 2011. This report confirmed the strength in manufacturing that we saw in the Empire...Show More Summary

Philly Fed: Manufacturing Activity Expanded at Fastest Pace in Over 3 Years

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said that manufacturing activity expanded at its fastest pace in over three years (MarchRead the Rest...

Philly Fed Soars To 3 Year Highs As Capex Investment Plans Tumble

By the magic of hopes and dreams, Philly Fed's headline index soared to cycle highs at 23.9. Smashing the 16.25 expectation, this is the highest since March 2011 (and almost the highest in the recovery cycle). This is a 4-standard deviation beat. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Manufacturing Survey highest since March 2011

From the Philly Fed: July Manufacturing Survey The diffusion index of current general activity increased from a reading of 17.8 in June to 23.9 this month. The index has remained positive for five consecutive months and is at its highest reading since March 2011. Show More Summary

PHILLY FED BUSINESS SURVEY CRUSHES EXPECTATIONS

The latest manufacturing report from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve came in at 23.9. Economists were looking for a reading of 16.0, below last month's 17.8 reading. The prices paid index was little changed from June. More to come... Join the conversation about this story »

Thursday: Housing Starts, Unemployment Claims, Philly Fed Mfg Survey

A reminder of a friendly bet I made with NDD on housing starts in 2014 (I've already "won", and NDD made a donation to the Tanta Memorial Fund - but he could still win too): If starts or sales are up at least 20% YoY in any month inShow More Summary

Schedule for Week of July 13th

The key reports this week are June Retail Sales on Tuesday and June Housing Starts on Thursday.For manufacturing, the June Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization report, and the July NY Fed (Empire State) and Philly Fed surveys, will be released this week. Show More Summary

These Maps Tell The Story Of America's Boom, Bust, And Awe-Inspiring Comeback

The Philly Fed's latest coincident indexes survey shows most U.S. states are growing, though still somewhat feebly. Just 10 states, mostly concentrated in the Midwest and oil-rich regions, saw growth in the indices above 1% in Q1 Everyone...Show More Summary

Philly Fed: Manufacturing Activity Expanded Strongly in June

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said that manufacturing activity expanded strongly in June, extending the spring rebound in theRead the Rest...

Philly Fed Beats Forecasts

Hickey and Walters (Bespoke) submit: Today's Philly Fed report for the month of June came in better than expected (17.8 vs 14.0), hitting its highest level since last September. It also was the fourth straight month of improvement in the index and the fourth straight month it came in better than expected. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Beats; Prices Paid & "Hope" Spike Most In 5 Years

The headlines are all about Philly Fed's rise to 9-month highs - just shy of the cycle's highs last September. Employment is up, and orders are improving... all good (buy, buy, buy)... But... the 'outlook' or hope index has exploded in the last 2 months by the most since 2009 rebounding from the winter doldrums. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Beats Forecasts

Today's Philly Fed report for the month of June came in better than expected (17.8 vs 14.0), hitting its highest level since last September. It was also the fourth straight month of improvement in the index and the fourth straight month it came in better than expected. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Manufacturing Survey suggests Solid Expansion in June

From the Philly Fed: June Manufacturing Survey The diffusion index of current general activity increased from a reading of 15.4 in May to 17.8 this month. The index has remained positive for four consecutive months and is at its highest reading since last September. Show More Summary

Here Comes The Philly Fed... (DIA, QQQ, SPX)

The Philadelphia Fed's business outlook survey for June is expected at 10:00 am EST. Expectations are for a reading of 14.0, slightly lower than May's 15.4 reading. We'll be back for a live report when the numbers hit. Join the conversation about this story »

Thursday: Unemployment Claims, Philly Fed Mfg Survey

From Jon Hilsenrath at the WSJ: Fed Keeps Rates Unchanged, Sees Eventual Rise in 2015, 2016The Fed also said it would reduce monthly purchases of mortgage and Treasury bonds by another $10 billion next month to $35 billion.....With the...Show More Summary

Key Events In The Coming Week

This week brings some key events and releases in DMs, including US FOMC (Goldman expects $10bn tapering, in line with consensus), IP, CPI, and Philly Fed (expect 13.5), EA final May CPI (expect 0.50%), and MP decisions in Norway and Switzerland (expect no change in either). Show More Summary

Schedule for Week of June 15th

The key report this week is housing starts for May on Tuesday.For manufacturing, the May Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization report, and the June NY Fed (Empire State) and Philly Fed surveys, will be released this week. For...Show More Summary

Midday Update: Who’s Afraid Of The Big Bad Fed?

Philly Fed President Charles Plosser’s hawkish remarks Tuesday were quickly forgotten as the major indices rallied ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee minutes at 2p.m. Investors expected Madame Fed Chair Read More...

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