All Posts Tagged: economy

U.S. Outlook: Will consumers resurface in the second quarter?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

The Treasury yield curve has moved deeper into inversion since last week’s FOMC meeting. And the Fed funds futures market has begun to price in not one, but two or more quarter‐point rate hikes before the end of 2020.

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Investment Insights: The upside down

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy

Financial markets faltered last week over global economic growth concerns and a corresponding move in Treasury rates that left investors feeling anxious.

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Investment Insights: Tipping the scales

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy

After a strong start to the year, stock markets have been trading in a fairly flat range in anticipation of some driver that will push prices in either direction.

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

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Close up of the Federal Reserve building with the eagle statue

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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