Research Takeaways, Week of July 4, 2011

Special Feature: The Obama Administration’s Assault on Freedom, Jobs, the Constitution, Capitalism, Business, Christians & Jews

Another Day, Another Lie … Obama Blames His Record Deficit & Debt on Bush Again —, July 9, 2011

Look at the chart in this article. Share it! — Crista

BREAKING: 43 Weapons in Phoenix Traffic Stop Linked to Holder’s Gunrunning, July 7, 2011

GOP Congressman: “Impeachable Offense” if Obama Bypasses Congress on Debt, July 7, 2011       “This jeopardizes the credibility of our nation if one man can usurp the entire system set up by our founding fathers over something this significant,” Rep. Tim Scott (R-SC) said.

Fast and Furious update: Ken Melson’s secret, July 6, 2011

U.S. Housing Recovery Stymied by Government, July 5, 2011  and in related news, Best Consumer Credit Since ’06 Reveals Loan Rebound Across, July 4, 2011

Obama’s Price: $10 Tax for Union Teachers — You, July 5, 2011

Obama’s ICE amnesty puts us in physical danger as he tells the Middle Class to “Go to Hell”, July 5, 2011

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Autos & Auto-Related Stocks: Morgan Stanley upgrades the group to “Attractive”. “Market expectations and share prices have fallen sufficiently to offer a significantly improved next 12-month risk-reward outlook for N. American auto stocks. We see widespread concerns about systemic and sector-specific risks as a buying opportunity.” In speaking of Ford and General Motors, Morgan Stanley says, “Both stocks offer 50% to 60% upside to our price targets.” — June 6, 2011

Food Prices: Chicken Breast Prices Decline Counter-Seasonally Through 4th of July Weekend — “Urner Barry skinless, boneless breast meat prices fell ~5% over the week preceding and week following 4th of July weekend. Historically, prices have increased 5% over this period. We believe this is a reflection of record-high cold storage inventory, and production that continues to outpace domestic demand.” – Morgan Stanley research, July 8, 2011

Economy: U.S. Payrolls Rise 18,000; Jobless Rate Climbs to, July 7, 2011

Treasuries, Dollar Gain on Economy, July 5, 2011

Global Economy: European Stocks Fall on China Interest Rates, Portugal, July 6, 2011

Mid-Cap Bank Stocks: “We would be a buyer of the midcaps banks heading into 2Q11, as we think the group will return to positive loan growth for the first time since 4Q08.” — Morgan Stanley Research, June 6, 2011

Municipal Bonds: U.S. State Cuts Hit Health Care and, July 4, 2011

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