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GDP contracts 5.7 percent in Q1 on plunging demand, investment
April housing starts fall to record low
Is housing hitting bottom?
Never mind: Housing starts fall to lowest level since 1940s
Businesses keep reducing inventories
Fewer flatscreen TVs: Consumer cutbacks chop US trade deficit
February wholesale inventory drop may be another 'green shoot'
Ray of light: US factory orders rise for first time in 7 months
Latest factory, building data is a mixed bag
Consumer spending rises slightly in February, though falls in real dollars
GDP nosedives 6.3 percent - worst plunge since 1982
February new homes sales rise 4.7 percent on bargain hunting
Trade deficit falls, but signal is mixed
Recession snapshot: Sales, business inventories droop through spring
Factory orders fall again - stimulus don't fail me now!
U.S. manufacturing, construction sectors remain weak
Consumer spending rises, but so does saving
January durable goods orders nosedive, the largest fall since October
January housing starts fall to lowest annual pace since World War II
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