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Wall Street Journal — National Economics Correspondent

National economics correspondent, The Wall Street Journal

Jul 30, 2014

Changes in the partisan makeup of Congress have not been tied closely to changes in U.S. GDP in election years on.wsj.com/WNtdRR

Jul 30, 2014

@HMWmemphis Lewis: "There was no encouragement in all this. It doesn't mean they're not happy we did it, but there was no pressure at all."

Jul 30, 2014

Whoever decided to let that BofA case get in front of a jury can't be happy right now.

Jul 30, 2014

Judge orders Bank of America to pay $1.27 billion in case alleging fraud against Fannie, Freddie on.wsj.com/1AzqieS

Jul 30, 2014

Fed scales back bond purchases on.wsj.com/1obONEN Says there's still significant slack in labor markets, housing recovery is "slow"

Jul 30, 2014

RT @davidmwessel: Hilsenrath: Look at year-over-year GDP growth, too. Fed does. Q2 2014 was 2.4%.Q1: 1.9%. Q4: 3.1%. on.wsj.com/1s346Wq via @WSJecon

Jul 30, 2014

RT @FiveThirtyEight: MSNBC talks about impeachment way more than Fox News. Dems talk about it more than the GOP. 53eig.ht/ULyXJQ pic.twitter.com/4UrTCDxOVK

Jul 30, 2014

A note on GDP revisions, courtesy Q1 2013: Apr 13: +2.5% May 13: +2.4% Jun 13: +1.8% Jul 13: +1.1% Today: +2.7%

Jul 30, 2014

After two negative quarters, housing contributed positively to GDP in Q2. The drop-off had been due to a slide in brokers' commissions.

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