Our Daily Economic Headlines Are Enough to Drive a Man to Drink

Our Daily Economic Headlines Are Enough to Drive a Man to Drink

So, is the economy improving or not?  If you know the answer to this, you’re smarter than us. Every day, the economic headlines say something totally the opposite of what we had read just the day before. Don’t believe us? We’ve compiled 10 economic headlines from Reuters just within in the last few weeks in reverse chronological order (the 2 headlines about consumer confidence were on consecutive days!). You can’t even make some of this stuff up! Read ‘em and weep:

Industrial Output Suffers Broad Decline in April

Retail Sales Edge Up, Show Some Strength in Economy

 U.S. Treasury Chief Blames Washington for Slow Growth

Buffett says Economy on Mend

Private Sector Job Increase Smallest since September: ADP

Consumer Confidence Rebounds in April

Consumer Sentiment Wanes in April

Jobless Claims Fall, Labor Market Recovery Advances

Weak Durable Goods Orders Point to Sluggish Economy

Fed’s Evans Optimistic 2013 is Turning Point for Economy

One Response to Our Daily Economic Headlines Are Enough to Drive a Man to Drink

  1. John says:

    Never thought about that but you’re right. Today is another negative headline. I’m sure tomorrows will be positive