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|Friday, June 15, 20001 - Economic Headline Highlights|
Japan’s central bank keeps
monetary policy unchanged
Interest rates are already near zero amid troubled economy
Wall Street’s analysts get analyzed
After decades of toiling in obscurity, Wall Street’s financial analysts came bounding into the limelight in the 1990s and became superheroes of the bull market, able to move mighty Cisco with a single sound bite. Now that the bull market is history, the glare has turned harsh and many of those once-golden analysts have had to duck brickbats being hurled from all directions, including a House committee hearing room Thursday.
Consumer prices rise 0.4 percent
Industrial output slides greater-than-expected 0.8 percent
U.S. industrial utilization falls to a 17-year low
Factory output slides 0.8 percent
The nation’s factories, mines and utilities in May operated at their lowest rate of capacity use in more than 17 years, the Federal Reserve said in its latest report on industrial production released Friday.
Consumer sentiment edges lower
Economic gauge slips in June following rise in May
A closely watched barometer of U.S. consumer sentiment showed Americans felt slightly less confident about the outlook for the economy in early June, suggesting that moderating consumer spending may not head back to robust growth any time soon.
E-mail protests gain in popularity
Latest targets Bush’s energy policies
The electronic message doesn’t beckon like “I Love You” or a sexy tennis star. No flash, no sizzle and no damage to the hard drive. Just a call for people to turn off their lights to protest President Bush’s energy policies.
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