All Posts Tagged: employment

U.S. Outlook: Right down the pike — now what?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
graph showing rise and fall of investor confidence in recent years.

Like a pitcher who’s on fire, U.S. economic data keeps coming in right across the plate.

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Instant Analysis: Employment report for August

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Crowd of people walking to work (seen from behind) in an urban center walkway.

The August payroll was good enough to keep a September rate hike on the table.

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U.S. Outlook: No worries, mate — rebound continues

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing recent GDP readings, along with forecast for next several quarters.

It’s been another week of better readings on U.S. housing, initial jobless claims, and leading economic indicators.

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Instant Analysis: The employment report for April

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Image of a crosswalk with shadows of people entering it to cross the street.

We saw a solid bounce-back in U.S. job creation in April to 223K which fits nicely with the transitory Q1 slowdown thesis.

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