Few Indicators In Short, Quiet Week

Barnett, Chip
December 2001
Bond Buyer;12/27/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31292, p2
Trade Publication
Presents several news items related to the U.S. securities industry as of December 27, 2001. Decline in durable goods orders; Expected rate of consumer confidence index; Increase in sales of new houses; Predicted rate for sales of existing homes; Possible auction of multi-billion dollar notes and bills by the U.S. Treasury Department.


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