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ARAMCO Report - Thursday May 8, 2014

Posted by Mehran Aram on Thu, May 8, 2014 @ 16:05 PM

As less Americans file for unemployment benefits, and layoffs slowly stabilize following weeks of volatility, the overall health of the U.S. workforce appears to be slowly improving. This is evidenced by consumer confidence which remains at its second-highest level in over six years, demonstrating an increased optimism among households. Interest rates remain quite low, with 30-year fixed rates at around 4.25% and 15-year rates averaging 3.25%.

And now for something completely different. Although he was deaf, Beethoven stimulated the ears of millions of people. Beethoven’s 74 minute long Ninth Symphony continues to affect our daily lives, as CDs were designed to contain exactly 74 minutes of music in order to play his final masterpiece in its entirety.

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