U.S. Outlook: Blowout job creation, but wages fail to launch

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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February’s jobs gain is more than three times the pace the Fed believes is necessary on a monthly basis to keep the unemployment rate steady.

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Investment Insights: Cohn clears out

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
Aerial view of long rows of aluminum ingots beside a sunny harbor.

Reports of the reasons for Cohn’s departure centered on the chief economic advisor’s direct opposition to the president’s plan to impose tariffs on imported goods such as aluminum and steel.

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Fast and slow: Optimizing business payments in a changing landscape

Eileen Dignen
Cash Management
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You may be surprised to learn that adoption of faster payment options has been a bit slow, according to some recent research.

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U.S. Outlook: Trade fears mount

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Large bundle of steel rods being lifted via crane off a stack of many bundled rods.

More signs emerged this week that the Goldilocks view of the U.S. economic outlook could be in for a serious challenge in the weeks ahead.

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