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This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com.
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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