The Amazing Race

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The Amazing Race

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1. The Amazing Race

2. The Biggest Loser

3. Historic and Projected World Output Growth, 2004 through 2010*

4. Estimated Growth in Output by Select Global Areas, 2009

5. Top 12 Stock Exchanges - 2008 Growth

6. 15-Year & 30-Year Fixed Mortgage Rates January 1995 through September 2009

7. U.S. Existing Home Sales September 2001 through September 2009

8. U.S. New Home Sales January 1999 through September 2009

9. Housing Starts January 1999 through September 2009

10. Current Hot Metro Housing Markets (150) Annual Existing Single-Family Home Price Appreciation 2008Q3 v. 2009Q3

11. Worst Performing Metro Housing Markets (150) Annual Existing Single-Family Home Price Appreciation 2008Q3 v. 2009Q3

12. U.S. New Home Sale Price Index 1999Q1 through 2009Q3

13. Delinquency Rates, Prime Mortgage Loans 2005Q1 through 2009Q2

14. Delinquency Rates, Subprime Mortgage Loans 2005Q1 through 2009Q2

15. Commercial Real Estate Loans January 2001 through September 2009

16. Architecture Billings Index December 2007 through September 2009

17. Nonresidential Construction Put-in-Place June 2006 through September 2009

18. Nonresidential Construction Spending by Subsector September 2009 v. September 2008

19. American Idle

20. Recession Watch as of May 2009

21. Recession Watch as of September 2009

22. Net Change in U.S. Jobs January 2000 through October 2009

23. National Nonfarm Employment by Industry Sector Groups October 2008 v. October 2009

24. Unemployment Rates, U.S. States September 2009

25. Unemployment Rates, Largest 20 Metros September 2009

26. America’s Next Top Model Stimulus, stimulus, stimulus; This was the worst of it from a broader economic perspective; Recovery for office, retail and other construction components being stimulated indirectly is probably at least two years away (probably more); Unemployment will peak between 10.7 and 11.4 percent next year; Too soon to tell if inflation will be problematic – in any case, interest rates are headed higher; & Washington, D.C. is the new business and financial capital of North America.

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