Author: Scott Anderson

U.S. Outlook: The pause that refreshes, or a sign of dark days ahead?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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The pause that refreshes, or a sign of dark days ahead? Find where the manufacturing sector is heading in Scott Anderson’s U.S. Outlook.

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U.S. Outlook: Household debt rises again in the fourth quarter

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Household debt rises again in the fourth quarter 2018. Scott Anderson analyzes what this means for the economy in 2019 and beyond. Read the U.S. Outlook.

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U.S. Outlook: Senior loan officer survey results suggest caution

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Why is business and consumer loan demand weakening? Find out in Scott Anderson’s U.S. Outlook.

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U.S. Outlook: The Fed thinks twice about raising rates again

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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With no visible signs of inflation, the Fed has “the luxury of being patient.” Scott Anderson deciphers what the Fed may do for the rest of 2019 in his U.S. Outlook.

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