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Current Affairs For The Month Of September 2013

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U.s. consumer sentiment ends at 14-month high in september, The thomson reuters/university of michigan's final september reading on the overall index on consumer sentiment finished at 84.6, the highest since july 2013 current economic conditions was 98.9 in late september, compared with 98.5 seen earlier this.

Existing home sales decline year over year for eleven months in row, Although the seasonally adjusted annualized rate of home sales for september months. but this demand cohort has been declining since the beginning of 2014. in the latest report, all cash sales were 24% of total sales, down from 33% in september 2013..

In the u.s., consumer spending drops slightly in september, Last year, the drop was $11, from $95 in august to $84 in september. monthly averages in self-reported spending so far in 2014 have generally exceeded average spending for the corresponding month in 2013 with consumer spending a major driver of.

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Central Ohio home sales up 9.9% last month from previous October

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Central ohio home sales up 9.9% last month from previous october - There were 2,335 central ohio homes sold in october, which is a 9.9 percent gain from october 2013 and on the market last month,” said milt lustnauer, columbus realtors 2014 president. “with the increased inventory added in september and prices.

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U.S. consumer sentiment ends at 14-month high in September

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U.s. consumer sentiment ends at 14-month high in september - The thomson reuters/university of michigan's final september reading on the overall index on consumer sentiment finished at 84.6, the highest since july 2013 current economic conditions was 98.9 in late september, compared with 98.5 seen earlier this.

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Existing Home Sales Decline Year Over Year For Eleven Months In Row

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Existing home sales decline year over year for eleven months in row - Although the seasonally adjusted annualized rate of home sales for september months. but this demand cohort has been declining since the beginning of 2014. in the latest report, all cash sales were 24% of total sales, down from 33% in september 2013..

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In the U.S., Consumer Spending Drops Slightly in September

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In the u.s., consumer spending drops slightly in september - Last year, the drop was $11, from $95 in august to $84 in september. monthly averages in self-reported spending so far in 2014 have generally exceeded average spending for the corresponding month in 2013 with consumer spending a major driver of.

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Leveraged Loan Returns Post Largest Monthly Slide Since June 2013

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Leveraged loan returns post largest monthly slide since june 2013 - After gaining 0.15% in august, the s&p/lsta leveraged loan index fell 0.60% in september, its worst monthly performance since june 2013. loan prices sagged versus 24% a month prior. in fact, the latest reading is the lowest since may 2012..

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See no immediate rate cut, RBI may wait for 2-3 mths: HSBC

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See no immediate rate cut, rbi may wait for 2-3 mths: hsbc - One cannot make an case for an immediate rate because rbi's comfort on inflation will be key for rate cuts; maybe it is likely to wait for 2-3 months more before embarking on 23 october, 2013, when sharif met barrack obama in washington to try and.

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Food Stamp Recipients Top 46 Million for 35th Straight Month

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Food stamp recipients top 46 million for 35th straight month - (cnsnews.com) - the number of americans on food stamps has topped 46,000,000 for 35 straight months, according to data from the department of agriculture (usda). from september 2011 through july 2014, the latest month in fiscal year 2013, it was.

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