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Recession End Does Not Mean All Sectors Recover Equally
Posted By Barry Ritholtz On February 18, 2010 @ 11:00 am In Data Analysis,Economy | Comments Disabled
Yesterday, we noted that the Fed seems to have declared the end of the recession based upon Industrial Production (Federal Reserve Declares Recession Over ).
The folks over at Tableau Software took another swipe at the data, and found the answer is less clear cut then the Fed suggests. A breakdown by sector is somewhat are far less conclusive than Industrial Production
Chart courtesy of Tableau Software 
Construction is the obvious laggard, with consumer goods 2nd to last . . .
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 Federal Reserve Declares Recession Over: http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2010/02/federal-reserve-declares-recession-over/
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 Tableau Software: http://public.tableausoftware.com/views/G17IndustrialProduction_1/G17ProductionIndicators?:embed=yes&:toolbar=yes
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