Bill A :I see the three musketeers are on forum...Frank, Delta, and Eagle1...Getting excited for another week of fun! Every day is a gift from GOD!!! Thank you Jesus for the Blessing is coming!!!
Frank26: Or ............ Los Tres Amigos ......... :rofl: Roger that RAMJET ..... Time for me to post ::
Guess what we talk about tonight? K ......... CBI ......... Kcards .........And more OK?
LOL......... Lets SEE.... Over the weekend ..... IN K ......... The final 5 year plan of the Al Harita is in as they say NO to a vacation via FEAR of CITIZENS ....... So they can ammend this stage INTO the 2013 BUDGET's calculation and theN TODAY'S CBI auction say's ......... TA DA !!!
Now prepare yourself for Your CC tonight by LOOKING at the front page of the USATODAY !!! Some post it if You like then answer me .............. "HOW". ;)
Then again .......... We can just call the CC off for tonight and .......... Give thanks. Aloha my Dear KTFA Family......... C U on CC in 8.
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jgable01 » May 20th, 2013, 12:34 pm •
Here is the front page of the USA Today
by jim1126 » May 20th, 2013, 12:48 pm • An exerpt from the USA Today Article....
Four years into the recovery, stronger job growth, looser bank lending and more stable household finances are paving the way for many Americans to move into their own homes, fill them in with furniture, and trade in creaky old cars.
Who do these people think they're kidding?????
flowersrl » May 20th, 2013, 12:58 pm •
This is what I found: Report: U.S. Consumers on a Spending Spree
American consumers have denied themselves so much for so long — putting off buying homes, cars and other purchases — that their pent-up demand is poised to kick-start a sluggish economy.
As reported by USA Today, four years into the recovery, stronger job growth, some loosening in bank lending and more stable household finances are finally paving the way for many Americans to move into their own homes, fill them with furniture and trade in creaky 10-year-old cars.
Last week, a measure of consumer sentiment showed buying attitudes toward appliances and other durable goods at the highest level since mid-2007. And the government reported that April retail sales solidly beat estimates despite huge federal spending cuts — a development that UBS economist Maury Harris partly attributed to an unleashing of pent-up demand.
Harris estimates that over the next five years, Americans’ catch-up consumption will boost annual consumer spending growth by a percentage point and increase economic growth by half a point to more than 3% from about 2%.
“People have put things off,” says IHS economist Chris Christopher. Now, he says, they’re “feeling a little better.”
In the aftermath of the housing crash and recession, annual household formation was halved to 500,000 in 2008 and 2009 as Americans moved in with relatives and friends. Young adults aged 18 to 34 accounted for most of the drop, many of whom were unemployed, according to the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank.
As a result, there were 2.3 million fewer households last year than there should have been based on population growth, Harris estimates. He expects those deferred households to sprout over the next five years — based on the recovery from the early 1980s recession — increasing household formation by 465,000 annually.
Housing starts, in turn, are expected to rise from 780,000 in 2012 to 990,000 this year and 1.2 million in 2014, Standard & Poor’s predicts.
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by Bandit » May 20th, 2013, 1:24 pm
Tt talks about the huge spending spree that Americans are about to embark upon..
The USA Today front page looks like a good article......... with my Dinar Glasse s on.