Thursday, January 18, 2007

Resilient US Economy

A tight labor market is pushing up many workers’ wages, consumers are spending more at their local shopping malls and the skid in the housing market is easing in some areas of the country.

Together, the findings are consistent with some other signs of a muted but healthy expansion — including job growth and rising stock prices — that have come into clearer focus recently.

Read more here from today's NY Times Business section article "
Some Signs of Economic Resilience Seen."


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