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Nonfarm payrolls increased 211,000 in April, beating the consensus expected 190,000. Including revisions, nonfarm payrolls were up 205,000.
IRS adjusts health savings account limits for 2018 accountingtoday.com/news/irs-adjus…
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The trade deficit in goods and services came in at $43.7 billion in March, smaller than the consensus expected $44.5 billion.
ISM non-manufacturing levels above 50 signal expansion; levels below 50 signal contraction.
The ISM non-manufacturing index rose to 57.5 in April, coming in above the consensus expected 55.8.
SEC charges former L3 executives with accounting missteps accountingtoday.com/news/sec-charg…
Personal consumption was unchanged in March versus the expected 0.2%. Personal income is up 4.5% in the past year, and spending is up 4.7%
Personal income increased 0.2% in March, coming in below the expected +0.3%.
ISM manufacturing levels higher than 50 signal expansion; levels below 50 signal contraction.
The ISM manufacturing index declined to 54.8 in April, coming in below the consensus expected 56.5.
Durable goods orders are up 4.5% from a year ago while orders excluding transportation are up 4.6%.
New orders for durable goods rose 0.7% in March (+1.2% including revisions to February), coming in below the consensus expected 1.3%.
New single-family home sales are up 15.6% from a year ago.
New single-family home sales increased 5.8% in March to a 621,000 annual rate, easily beating the consensus expected pace of 584,000.
Existing home sales are up 5.9% versus a year ago.
Existing home sales increased 4.4% in March to a 5.71 million annual rate, easily beating the consensus expected 5.60 million.
Retail sales are still up 5.2% versus a year ago.
Retail sales declined 0.2% in March, matching consensus expectations. Including revisions to January/February, retail sales fell 0.7%.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) declined 0.3% in March, well below the consensus expectation of no change. The CPI is up 2.4% from a year ago
The Producer Price Index (PPI) declined 0.1% in March, vs. the consensus expected no change. Producer prices are up 2.3% vs. a year ago.
Tax reform will have to wait for health care, Trump says accountingtoday.com/articles/tax-r…
Average hourly earnings – cash earnings, excluding irregular bonuses/commissions and fringe benefits – rose 0.2% in Mar and are up 2.7% yr
Nonfarm payrolls increased 98,000 in Mar, below expected 180,000. Including revisions to January/February, nonfarm payrolls were up 60,000
ISM non-manufacturing levels above 50 signal expansion; levels below 50 signal contraction.
The ISM non-manufacturing index declined to 55.2 in March, coming in below the consensus expected 57.0.
Democrats introduce bills to stem corporate tax havens accountingtoday.com/news/democrats…
The trade deficit in goods and services came in at $43.6 billion in February, smaller than the consensus expected $44.6 billion.
Identity theft services of little use for tax fraud victims accountingtoday.com/news/gao-ident…
Personal income is up 4.6% in the past year, while spending is up 4.8%.
Personal income increased 0.4% in Feb., matching expectations. Personal consumption rose 0.1% in Feb. versus the consensus expected 0.2%.
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Real GDP growth in Q4 was revised up to a 2.1% annual rate, narrowly beating the consensus expected 2.0%.
10 things taxpayers should know before April 18 accountingtoday.com/list/10-things…
New single-family home sales are up 12.8% from a year ago.
ew single-family home sales increased 6.1% in February to a 592,000 annual rate, easily beating the consensus expected pace of 564,000.
New durable goods orders are up 5.0% from a year ago while orders excluding transportation are up 4.6%.
New orders for durable goods rose 1.7% in February (+2.0% including revisions to January), beating a consensus expected 1.4%.
Existing home sales are up 5.4% versus a year ago.
Existing home sales declined 3.7% in February to a 5.48 million annual rate, coming in below the consensus expected 5.55 million.
Including revisions to prior months, industrial production increased 0.1%. Utility output fell 5.7%, while mining rose 2.7%.
Industrial production was unchanged in February, falling short of the consensus expected 0.2%
The ‘very strange’ item on Trump’s 1040: alternative minimum tax accountingtoday.com/articles/the-v…
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Housing starts rose 3.0% in February to a 1.288 million annual rate, beating the expected 1.264 million. Starts are up 6.2% vs a year ago.
 
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