All Posts Tagged: China

U.S. Outlook: More signs of weakness in global production

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing quarterly GDP performance, both actual and forecast

We received more confirmation this week that global manufacturing activity in September continues to slow, though there are no clear signs, yet, of a global recession.

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U.S. Outlook: Low inflation gets the Fed’s attention

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing recent drop in producer prices.

What really got the Fed to hold off on raising interest rates in September was the recent behavior and near-term outlook for U.S. inflation.

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Interest Rates 101: How a hike may change U.S., global economies

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Flat sunrise horizon with clouds above in the shape of all the continents on the global map.

The Federal Reserve raising interest rates is a signal to investors that the U.S. economy is back on track.

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World economics and the ongoing volatility in the equity markets

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
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Events within emerging market economies have dramatically increased global market volatility.

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