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March 4, 1993
The schizophrenia in the gay movement was clearly demonstrated by this article. Homosexuals want to come out of the closet, but yet they seem to strangely not want people to really see what they do in the closet. Homosexuals stage gay pride parades in major cities to demonstrate and celebrate their lifestyle, yet they cringe at any serious evaluation of these events. The fact remains most Americans are completely unaware of the essence of the homosexual world.
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March 4, 1993
The schizophrenia in the gay movement was clearly demonstrated by this article. Homosexuals want to come out of the closet, but yet they seem to strangely not want people to really see what they do in the closet. Homosexuals stage gay pride parades in major cities to demonstrate and celebrate their lifestyle, yet they cringe at any serious evaluation of these events. The fact remains most Americans are completely unaware of the essence of the homosexual world.
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NEWS
December 1, 1987 | Associated Press
The index of leading indicators, battered by the stock market crash, fell 0.2% in October, the Commerce Department said today. It was the first decline in nine months for the government's chief economic forecasting tool. Still, the decrease was a smaller setback than economists had been expecting given the record 508-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average Oct. 19. In addition, the September figure, which originally had been reported as a 0.
NEWS
December 1, 1987 | Associated Press
The index of leading indicators, battered by the stock market crash, fell 0.2% in October, the Commerce Department said today. It was the first decline in nine months for the government's chief economic forecasting tool. Still, the decrease was a smaller setback than economists had been expecting given the record 508-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average Oct. 19. In addition, the September figure, which originally had been reported as a 0.
BUSINESS
August 15, 2005
Today * Quarterly earnings report expected from Gateway Inc. Tuesday * The Commerce Department reports housing starts for July. * The Labor Department releases its consumer price index for July. * The Federal Reserve reports on industrial production for July. * Quarterly earnings reports expected from Hewlett-Packard Co., Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Home Depot Inc. and Nordstrom Inc. Wednesday * The Labor Department reports the producer price index for July.
BUSINESS
November 16, 2009
At a glance TODAY Commerce Department releases business inventories for September and retail sales for October. Quarterly earnings report due from Lowe's. TUESDAY Labor Department releases the producer price index for October. Treasury releases money flow data for September. Federal Reserve releases industrial production for October. National Assn. of Home Builders releases housing market index for November. Quarterly earnings reports due from Home Depot, Saks and Target.
BUSINESS
August 17, 2012 | By Andrew Tangel
Stocks edged higher in early trading as Germany's chancellor reportedly voiced support for easing bailout terms for Greece and further action by the European Central Bank to help solve the Eurozone's debt crisis. Investors also received two upbeat U.S. economic reports shortly after the opening bell. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 15 points, or 0.1%, to 13,265 in early trading on Wall Street. The broader Standard & Poor's 500 index was up a point, or 0.1%, to 1,416. The Nasdaq was up 3 points, or 0.1%, to 3,065.
BUSINESS
October 21, 2005 | From Times Staff and Bloomberg News
Some businesses are passing along energy costs to customers, as the economy is rebounding from Hurricane Katrina but showing signs of sluggish future growth, according to economic data released Thursday. The Conference Board said its index of leading economic indicators, which is designed to show the likely direction of the economy in the next three to six months, fell 0.7% after declining 0.1% in August. Economists generally had expected the index to decline 0.5% after an initially reported 0.
BUSINESS
January 27, 2009 | associated press
A flood of federal bailout money pushed a private research group's monthly forecast of economic activity unexpectedly higher in December, while a decline in home prices boosted housing sales. Home resales rose 6.5% in December to an annual rate of 4.74 million units, as the median price plunged 15.3% to $175,400 from $207,000 a year earlier. The decline is the largest year-over-year drop in records going back to 1968.
BUSINESS
January 24, 2007 | From Reuters
A key forecasting gauge for the U.S. economy rose by a larger-than-expected 0.3% in December, a research group's report showed Tuesday, suggesting moderate growth in the months ahead. The rise in the Conference Board's index of leading economic indicators topped Wall Street expectations of a 0.2% increase, but followed a reading for November that was revised downward to show no change.
BUSINESS
February 22, 2006 | From Reuters
A key forecasting gauge of the U.S. economy posted its biggest jump in seven months in January, a positive sign for economic growth, the Conference Board said Tuesday. The U.S. leading economic indicators index rose 1.1% to a record 140.1, the private research firm said, a rise both it and other economists said might have been due to exceptionally warm January weather.
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