July 26, 2010 by staff
Nap Nanny, [Los Angeles Times]Here’s your Monday mystically Summary of consumer news from around the Web: – Some unexpectedly good news for a change: new home sales jumped 24% in June from the previous month, indicating that buyers have exceeded their regret for the end of a tax credit and government are becoming increasingly new to the game. That’s well ahead of what economists had been expecting, and suggests that the housing market is gaining some much-needed traction. The lowest rates of mortgages increasing also seem to be encouraging buyers finally pull the trigger. Moreover, even many of the foreclosures out there.
- Heads up: portable recliners baby – a sort of lounge chairs, to the smallest – are being recalled after the death of a baby. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says 30 000 Nanny nap recliners manufactured by issues of babies are being recalled. A Michigan girl 4 months old died in a nana nap that was being used in a crib. He was found hanging over the side of the recliner, foam, caught between a nap and Nana crib bumpers. The commission says there have been 22 reports of children, mostly under 5 months of age, falling overboard from a nap Nanny although most babies who are subjects in the harness on the recliner.
- On a much lighter, our friends at Hasbro are giving away free money. To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the mother of all modern board games, Monopoly, the game maker will give away real money equivalent of the work the money used to wheeling and dealing properties. Quick: How much money is used to play for the game? It is only and 20 580, which will not be enough to acquire a good real world much more real and railways. But it’s still a lot of money ingenious. To enter the contest, go to www.monopoly.com and present a history of 75 words or less tell you how you spend the profits. Others will vote on the best story. The deadline for entries is 02 September.
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