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New orders for durable goods—products designed to last at least three years like computers and machinery—increased 3.4% in January compared with December

How did euro area bank lending and money supply evolve in January? How do they compare with December’s figures? Find out more in the press release

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January passenger traffic at #McCarran  was down slightly from December, but off more than 60 percent from January of 2020. Details:

Today we publish the latest Credit and Debit Card Statistics. In January, POS spending in the hospitality sectors of restaurants and accommodation fell 57% and 71% respectively, compared to December. Read more:

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Data Deluge: Q4'20 GDP revised down to 4.1% on softer pace of household consumption at 2.4%, but January durable orders boomed at 3.4% on back of upwardly revised December data to 1.2%. Solid numbers.

#Greece private sector deposit flows decreased by €1.21 bln in January compared to inflows of €4.65 bln in December (BoG). #economy  #banking 

#Greece January credit movement at +3.7% YoY from +3.5% in December. Net flows were negative by €557 ln in January from net inflows of €1.56 bln in December (BoG). #economy  #banking 


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It’s priceless to listen to Senate Republicans complain about spending a week on accountability for the January 6th attack. They sat on their hands for 9 months last year refusing to pass a COVID relief bill until Democrats dragged them to the table in December.

“Trump pardoned [Roger Stone] in December. Ten days later, Stone reactivated his Stop the Steal Web site, which began collecting donations for ‘security’ in D.C. on January 6th.”

Georgians: If you turn 18 by January 5, 2021, you are eligible to vote in the run-off elections that will determine whether we take control of the Senate from Mitch McConnell. You have until December 7 to register to vote. Please tell your friends.

If you're in Georgia, make sure you and everybody you know is registered to vote by Monday, December 7. And if you turn 18 by January 5, you're eligible to vote in the runoff. Get registered right now:

JUST IN: Travel data of passengers arriving in the U.S. from China during the critical period in December, January and February shows a stunning 759,493 people entered the U.S.

August 🏆 September 🏆 November 🏆 December 🏆 January 🏆 @premierleague  Manager of the Month awards for the boss this season 👏

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January's a joke February fails March? Meh April's awful May I skip this month June's junk July just sucks August angers me September FUCKS HARD October FUCKS HARD November FUCKS HARD December FUCKS HARD

Spread the word: open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act is happening right now! You have until December 15 to get covered, unless you live in a state that has an extension (Californians, you have until January 15). Sign up today at .