This Week in the Economy

by CoyDavidson on July 2, 2011

Most of the economic news this past week was under-whelming but stronger-than-expected manufacturing data helped stocks log the best weekly gains in two years last week. First time jobless claims came in above 400,000 for a 12th consecutive week placing the spotlight on the June Employment Report to be released this Friday, as we get to see how the labor market has performed over the last month.

Below are links to the week’s top economic news:

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