All Posts Tagged: FOMC

Instant Analysis: June FOMC meeting

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
View from the street of the Federal Reserve building on a sunny day.

The FOMC remains determined to raise the Fed funds target rate at least once this year, despite the disappointing first-quarter economic performance.

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Quick thoughts on May’s U.S. payroll report

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Commuters on a sunny day walking across a bridge toward a city center on their way to work.

Job growth roared back to life in May.

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U.S. Outlook: Fixed income markets on the move

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing 10-year yields on bonds of US, Germany, and Japan.

In this week’s report, I look at what may be behind the sell-off in fixed income markets and what implications we may expect.

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U.S. Outlook: Uneven growth with whiffs of higher prices

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing the downward movement of the trade deficit.

This week’s U.S. Trade report for March revealed an even more lopsided trade performance than was estimated in last week’s Q1 GDP report.

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