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Weekly Highlights 06 January 2012

This table accompanies the weekly review article at Global Economic Intersection. This week the article is “Tailwinds for 2012: Election Year“.

Weekly Economic Release Scorecard:

Rail Traffic: Grew 3.6% in 2011
December BLS Jobs: Jobs up 200K – the bad news is it seems like temp hiring
December ADP Jobs: Up an amazing 325,000, largest ever
December ISM Non-Manufacturing: Improved slightly in expansion territory
November Manufacturing New Orders: Strong growth due to airline sales
China: Economic change vs Political Change
November Construction Spending: Bottoming for the last two months
December ISM Manufacturing Survey: Shows an improving economy
China: Are there debt bombs inside the slowing economy?
January 2012 Economic Forecast: A weakly improving economy
Dividend Stocks: Are they the way to go?
Canada: Taking a look at the appropriate balance in a Canadian portfolio
Vitaliy Katsenelson: Analyzing global headwinds effect on market forces
Commodities: Are we headed for a super deflation cycle?
2012: Is it time to switch back to a capital conservation mode?
Investing: Thinking through risk management
Stocks: Trends, forecasts and insights related to the most popular stocks in the US
Portfolio Re-balancing: diversified portfolio outperforms an all-equity portfolio
Ideal Form Of Government: Should the USA be more like China?
Debt Crisis for 2012: Look to Japan
Debt Slavery: Will it destroy the USA as it did Ancient Rome?
Mortgage Fraud: Is there a plot underway to excuse mortgage fraud?
USA in 2012: The odds favor a recession
2012 Outlook: Not all forecasts need to be about markets – how about a war?
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