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Major League Investments, Inc. Presents: WEEKLY ECONOMIC UPDATE October 22, 2012WEEKLY QUOTE HOME SALES DECLINE, BUT HOUSING STARTS RISE 15%"Never worry about The National Association of Realtors recorded a 1.7% decrease in existing homenumbers. Help one sales in September. Reduced inventory might have played a role. The amount ofperson at a time and homes on the market fell to a 5.9-month supply, a low unseen since March 2006.always start with the The median home price was $183,900 in September, up 11.3% from a year ago; itperson nearest you." hasnt been so high since 2005. Septembers 15.0% leap in homebuilding took housing starts to an annual rate of 872,000 units, the best pace since July 2008 and- Mother Teresa a 34.8% increase since September 2012. 1,2WEEKLY TIP PUMP PRICES DRIVE UP CPIIf you need to upgrade Thanks largely to a 7% jump in gas prices, the federal governments Consumer Pricebusiness equipment, Index rose 0.6% in September. Still, the core CPI rose just 0.1% for the thirdconsider making such straight month, and food prices rose only 0.1%. Annualized inflation came in atcapital purchases now 2.0%.3to exploit thegenerous 2012 Section RETAIL SALES IMPROVE 1.1%179 deduction limit While the overall September gain announced by the Commerce Department wasand first-year bonus strong, the really notable number was the 0.9% rise in sales aside from gasoline,depreciation autos, and building materials. Electronics sales alone rose 4.5%. 4allowance. AFTER FRIDAY DIVE, STOCKS STILL LOG WEEKLY GAIN Thanks mostly to earnings disappointments, the 25th anniversary of Black MondayWEEKLY RIDDLE turned out to be a harsh day for Wall Street. The Dow sank 205.43 Friday, yet theHolly finds herself in week was mixed - S&P 500, +0.32% to 1,433.19; NASDAQ, -1.26% toa room without 3,005.62; DJIA, +0.11% to 13,343.51. NYMEX crude settled at $90.05 Friday, downwindows, holes or 1.97% for the week; COMEX gold settled at $1,724.00 Friday after a 2.03% weeklyeven cracks in the descent. That put oil down 8.88% YTD and gold up 10.03% YTD. 1,5walls. She doesnthave any tools and the THIS WEEK: Hasbro, Caterpillar, Yahoo!, Peabody Energy and Texasdoor to the room is 4" Instruments all offer Q3 results on Monday. Tuesday, earnings reports fromthick and made of DuPont, Amgen, 3M, Xerox, Netflix, Facebook and UPS arrive. Wednesday, thesteel. Using only her Census Bureau has numbers on September new home sales, the Fed wraps up ahands, she manages to policy meeting, the August FHFA home price index appears and AT&T, Boeing,escape through the Akamai, Zynga, Symantec, Eli Lilly and Bristol-Myers all report earnings. Ondoorway. How does Thursday, we learn about September pending home sales and hard goods orders,she do it? new initial jobless claims number are out, and AstraZeneca, ConocoPhillips, P&G, Aetna, AutoNation, Credit Suisse, Dow Chemical, Pulte, Sprint, Apple, Altria,
Amazon.com, and Coinstar issue Q3 results. Friday brings the first estimate of Q3Last weeks riddle: GDP, the final University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey for the month,What word describes a and earnings from Merck and Comcast.man who does not haveall his fingers on onehand? % CHANGE Y-T-D 1-YR CHG 5-YR AVG 10-YR AVG DJIA +9.22 +15.98 -0.26 +6.03Last weeks answer:Normal. A normal man NASDAQ +15.37 +15.42 +2.06 +13.34does not have all ten ofhis fingers on one hand. S&P 500 +13.96 +18.46 -0.90 +6.21 REAL YIELD 10/19 RATE 1 YR AGO 5 YRS AGO 10 YRS AGO 10 YR TIPS -0.71% 0.23% 2.09% 3.10% Sources: money.msn.com, bigcharts.com, treasury.gov, treasurydirect.gov - 10/19/121,6,7,8 Indices are unmanaged, do not incur fees or expenses, and cannot be invested into directly. These returns do not include dividends. Please feel free to forward this article to family, friends or colleagues. If you would like us to add them to our distribution list, please reply with their address. 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