October 18, 2006


Falling US fuel prices ease fears of recession (Mark Trumbull, 10/19/06, The Christian Science Monitor)

Over the past two months price shifts in gasoline and natural gas have put some $90 billion, annualized, back in US consumers' pockets, according to research by economist Andrew Tilton at the investment firm Goldman, Sachs. That's sizable even in a $13 trillion economy.

Posted by Orrin Judd at October 18, 2006 7:17 PM
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