All Posts Tagged: employment

Instant Analysis: Jobs report for December

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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The labor market continues to firm but is not yet at the overheating stage.

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Instant Analysis: Employment report for October

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
4 workers sitting around table using their laptops next to large window through which nearby skyscrapers are visible.

we see the net 261K gain in jobs as evidence that the U.S. labor market is swiftly resuming its solid monthly pace of job creation.

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Instant Analysis: FOMC announces balance sheet unwind will begin in October

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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As was widely telegraphed before the meeting, the committee decided to go ahead with the balance sheet normalization program in October.

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Instant Analysis: July FOMC statement

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Closeup of intricate window designs on the Federal Reserve building.

The FOMC dropped a big hint in today’s FOMC  statement that implementation of the Fed’s balance sheet normalization plan will take place “relatively soon.” 

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