All Posts Tagged: GDP

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: 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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U.S. Outlook: A first quarter GDP head fake

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Large container ship arriving in port.

The term “fake news” comes to mind for Scott Anderson when considering the headline 3.2% annualized GDP growth rate. Find out why in the U.S. Outlook.

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U.S. Outlook: What to expect from next week’s Q1 GDP release

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Close up on Wall St. street sign, with tourists enjoying the street in summer weather behind it.

What to expect from first quarter GDP growth? Scott Anderson offers an analysis in the U.S. Outlook.

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