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About 64 percent rated current economic conditions good, 35 percent fair and 2 percent poor.
I would say that prior to last September, things already began to improve, at least in part as a wave from the improved economic conditions in Ontario, generally speaking.
Right now, though, Greenspan called economic conditions ``as impressive as any I have witnessed in my nearly half-century of daily observation of the American economy.
This estimated oil volume is recoverable under current technology assuming existing economic conditions (that is, under a constant price scenario and no cost escalation) from the South Vozey, West Vozey and South Famen fields.
Based on my participation in FOMC deliberations, I believe that releasing more detailed minutes, most especially a verbatim transcript of the meeting, without a significant delay would be counterproductive and would impede the development of sound monetary policy - first, by limiting the free flow of necessary information into the policy process and second, by hindering the consensus process go essential if policy is to adequately reflect economic conditions in all regions of the country.
CHICAGO -- Shifting economic conditions and credit dynamics likely mean continued higher delinquencies for U.
Louis, we monitor economic conditions in both the nation and the Eighth Federal Reserve District, which includes the State of Arkansas and parts of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee.
Such differences may result from actions taken by the company prior to its current fiscal year end, as well as from developments beyond the company's control, including changes in global economic conditions that may, among other things, affect the company's performance anticipated acquisitions or future business.
According to Fitch, a CCC+ credit rating indicates that "default is a real possibility [and that the Company's] capacity for meeting financial commitments is solely reliant upon sustained, favorable business or economic conditions.
Risks and uncertainties inherent in these assumptions include, but are not limited to difficulties in integrating Royal Group's business, uncertainties relating to Royal Group's business and liabilities, uncertainties following completion of the acquisition regarding operating efficiencies and competitive conditions, future global economic conditions, economic conditions in the industries to which Georgia Gulf and Royal Group sell, industry production capacity, raw material and energy costs and other factors discussed in the Securities and Exchange Commission filings of Georgia Gulf Corporation, including our annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2005, and our subsequent reports on Form 10-Q.
It includes an up-to-date appraisal of the underlying financial infrastructure contributing to the Asian crisis and an assessment of current economic conditions.
These include statements that relate to or are dependent on estimates or assumptions regarding the prospects of continued loan and deposit growth, improved credit quality, the health of the capital markets, the Company's de novo branching and acquisition efforts, the operating characteristics of the Company's income tax refund anticipation loan and refund transfer programs and the economic conditions within its markets.
We see this continuing into 2008, when lower interest rates and improving economic conditions could bring a period of stronger price growth.
These include statements that relate to or are dependent on estimates or assumptions relating to the prospects of continued loan and deposit growth, improved credit quality, the health of the capital markets, the Company's de novo branching and acquisition efforts, the operating characteristics of the Company's income tax refund loan and transfer programs and the economic conditions within its markets.
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