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Computerized Investing > December 22, 2012

Real Time Economics

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by CI Staff

Real Time Economics is a website that contains exclusive news, analysis and commentary on the economy, Federal Reserve policy and general economic topics. The Wall Street Journal’s (WSJ) Phil Izzo is the lead editor, but the blog features contributions from other WSJ reporters and editors.

There is a bar across the top of the page that shows “top” topics, with headings that include Number of the Week, Jobs, Economists React and Vital Signs. The Number of The Week column features a discussion regarding a pertinent topic based on statistics or a specific number, such as balancing the budget, wage growth or the number of Americans living near oceans. The topic categories are listed and cover things such as the credit crisis, employment, consumption, inflation, trade, energy, stimulus, taxes, budgets and more. Next to each topic there are a number of articles that can be found.

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