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By Nottingham Advisors Falling unemployment and rising home prices were the two constants in June’s economic data while the rest of the metrics we track were a mixed bag. The third reading for Q1 GDP showed just a 2% annualized growth rate in the first quarter, slightly below expectations. Rising short-term interest rates and the growing […]
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