All Posts Tagged: FOMC

U.S. Outlook: A Fed rate cut is still needed

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

Despite positive readings on some major U.S. economic indicators in June and July, red flags surrounding future growth continue to appear.

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U.S. Outlook: The curious case for panicked rate cuts

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Federal Reserve building at dusk

The Fed might want to reserve some rates cuts for when they are staring a recession right in the face.

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U.S. Outlook: Retail sales boost our Q2 GDP forecast

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Busy, crowded street scene in Times Square, NYC

There are still major sectors of the U.S. economy that are actually holding up quite well.

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U.S. Outlook: When giants fight

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

The impact of the trade war escalation is clearly visible in our lowered forecasts for U.S. GDP growth, interest rates and inflation. We have cut our near‐term consumer inflation forecasts as oil, energy, and metals prices plunge and the dollar strengthens on flight‐to‐safety capital flows.

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