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Economic Recovery Is On Course, Despite Spiking Gasoline Prices

If you have filled up recently you know full well the pain we are all feeling from the surge in oil and gasoline prices. Pumping all that money into our gas tanks instead of having it available to buy the  Continue Reading »

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New Challenges Threaten to Slow Economic Recovery, Not Derail It

This post is part of a series by Joel Naroff, an economist who serves as an advisor to Susquehanna.   The recovery had been tooling along at a slow but steady pace. Consumers were spending their tax cuts, businesses were  Continue Reading »

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Economic Recovery Rolling (Gradually) Along: January Data Shows Factory Orders Up, Unemployment Down

This post is part of a series by Joel Naroff, an economist who serves as an advisor to Susquehanna. The first reading on economic activity in 2011 was a promising one, showing that the manufacturing sector is really beginning to  Continue Reading »

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Employment Data Indicates Businesses Still Cautious in Hiring

This is the second in a series of blog entries by Joel Naroff, an economist who serves as an advisor for Susquehanna Bank: In the wake of November’s economic data, we got all dressed up, but then found out there  Continue Reading »

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“Race” to Recovery: Economic Growth Is a Tortoise, Not a Hare

This is the first in a series of blog entries by Joel Naroff, an economist who serves as an advisor for Susquehanna Bank. Just when it seemed safe to believe the labor market was firming and job growth was coming  Continue Reading »

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