All Posts Tagged: GDP

Is the Rebound in Consumer Confidence Sustainable?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

Consumer confidence declined sharply in March and April as it became necessary for states across the country to issue stay-at-home orders in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19.

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Cabin Fever Hits Markets – Long Economic Winter Ahead

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

Growing up in Minnesota, I am very familiar with the cabin fever that can result from long winters and being stuck at home for months on end.
Before long you’re climbing the walls with boredom and dreaming of the places you will go and the things you will do when the weather breaks. The U.S. equity market rally at this point is feeling a lot like that these days.

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Bracing For Impact – U.S. Recession Already Here

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

The profound global economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and financial market dislocations are starting to come into focus with every economic indicator release.

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Bulls Get Corralled As Coronavirus Hits Global Economy

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

A brief period of global economic and financial market optimism over the past four months is quickly going dormant as the global economic impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) comes into greater focus.

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