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Ways available to cut unwanted solicitations

...topped $1.3 trillion in 1998, according to a study for the Direct Marketing Association by the research firm The WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. Direct marketers, however, have been criticized for sharing private consumer information to build...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/25/bus_266353.shtml
Business
Fed now urged to cut interest rates

...There would have to be some substantial movement downward from here," said Daniel Bachman an economist with the WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. "I don't think the market has fallen enough to constitute an emergency." Competing domestic...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/09/02/bus_237766.shtml
Business
Industrial production closes with 5 percent increase in '97

...this point should mean it won't really derail the economy's performance," said economist Priscilla Trumbull of the WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. She expects a 1998 production gain between 3.5 and 4 percent. The stock market got a respite from...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/17/bus_220727.shtml
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Booming Internet trade draws attention to tax exemption

...problem for localities as advances in telecommunications have made long-distance commerce routine. A study by the WEFA Group, a consulting firm, projects that Internet sales will soar from nearly $2 billion this year to more than $31 billion...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/07/tec_218709.shtml
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Sales slump may mean no interest-rate increase

...not tightening at the next meeting and I think there's a good chance of that," said economist Sandra Shaber of the WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. In March, the Federal Reserve engineered a quarter-point interest rate increase aimed at slowing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/13/biz_209791.shtml
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BellSouth takes aim at long-distance market

...to open the long distance market in a parallel manner." Company officials claim the move would promote economic development and create jobs, citing a study the utility commissioned from The WEFA Group, an econometric forecasting company.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/01/04/met_202077.shtml
Metro
Factory orders increase for fourth consecutive month

...international markets, manufacturing just has an awful lot of momentum," said economist Priscilla Trumbull of the WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. "It's going to take three to six months before there's a significant slowdown and even then...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/11/06/biz_217081.shtml
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Manufacturing orders brisk in February

...This is unquestionably a strong report. So, yes, the Fed is on the right track," said economist Kurt Karl of The WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. Durable goods - long-lasting items ranging from aircraft to computers - are a key barometer of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/03/27/biz_205909.shtml
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Experts: State will weather slower growth

...in slightly less demand for workers, easing pressure on wages. Economist Andrew Hodge, senior vice president of the WEFA Group, said less growth reduces the risk of inflation. "This will be a pause that refreshes, and only one that can be called...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/12/07/met_300228.shtml
Metro
Increased output in March raises inflation pressures

...It seems like the consumer is the driving force behind a lot of this," said economist Priscilla Trumbull of The WEFA Group of Eddystone, Pa. "Three months ago, people were wringing their hands about consumers' debt load, but it doesn't...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/04/17/biz_206907.shtml
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