Economy, market signals mixed

March 2010
Dow Theory Forecasts;3/8/2010, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p3
In this article the author discusses forecasts regarding the economy and markets in the U.S. The author states that the housing market continues to decrease as the sales of both new and existing homes are depreciating in January 2010 despite expectations of modest increase. He states that initial claims of unemployment increased to 490,000 in the first week of March 2010, which is up by 15% from levels at the start of 2010.


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