All Posts Tagged: FOMC

U.S. Outlook: Low rates for a while longer

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing recent rise in job openings

Like a user of the Tinder app evaluating a romantic prospect, I believe Fed Chair Yellen will, once again, swipe left: Interest rate hike rejected!

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Instant Analysis: Employment report for May

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
health care workers looking at charts

Job growth has visibly weakened over the last two months and will give the FOMC some pause as they consider another rate hike over the next few meetings.

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Instant Analysis: Employment report for April

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Attendees at a conference in front of large glass windows, the sun in the background.

This is the weakest monthly U.S. jobs report in seven months and well below the 232K job creation average over the last 12 months.

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U.S. Outlook: U.S. growth has slowed considerably. Why?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing quarterly ups and downs of US GDP.

This is the third consecutive year the world’s largest economy would start off the year with dismal GDP growth.

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