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Investor's Business Daily
November 2013
Investors Business Daily;11/18/2013, pB02
3 Weekly mortgage applications fell as interest rates jumped, but the prior week was revised to show a much smaller decline. Factory production rose 0.3% in Oct., but Nov.'s N.Y. Fed Empire State index turned negative. Jobless claims fell but were higher than expected. Small-business optimism dived in Oct., but it may bounce back post-shutdown.


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