All Posts Tagged: FOMC

Instant Analysis: Jobs report for December

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Busy office setting with several well-dressed stock traders checking activity on their computer terminals.

The labor market continues to firm but is not yet at the overheating stage.

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Instant Analysis: FOMC decides to raise interest rates again

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Exterior of the Federal Reserve in winter, with bare trees with loads of branches slightly obscure the building.

The December FOMC decision to raise the Fed funds target rate another quarter percentage point reveals a chink developing in the armor of a unified FOMC. 

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U.S. Outlook: What we expect from the Federal Reserve next week

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing rise in total net worth of households.

Amid much anticipation, we expect the FOMC to vote next Wednesday to raise the Fed funds target rate range another quarter percentage point to between 1.25% and 1.50%.

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Instant Analysis: FOMC statement for November

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

The message from the FOMC this month is no change in monetary policy plans, with the economy and inflation evolving close to our expectations.

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