All Posts Tagged: GDP

U.S. Outlook: The pause that refreshes, or a sign of dark days ahead?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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The pause that refreshes, or a sign of dark days ahead? Find where the manufacturing sector is heading in Scott Anderson’s U.S. Outlook.

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U.S. Outlook: Household debt rises again in the fourth quarter

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Household debt rises again in the fourth quarter 2018. Scott Anderson analyzes what this means for the economy in 2019 and beyond. Read the U.S. Outlook.

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U.S. Outlook: Can the U.S. consumer keep up the pace?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Farmers market scene as several adults look over baskets of red, yellow, and orange tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables.

You could say the consumer has been the engine of U.S. economic growth lately.

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U.S. Outlook: Why recent GDP growth doesn’t look sustainable

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Two signs in store window for sales - 50% and 70% - with reflection of shoppers faintly visible.

Perhaps the most convincing reason to be skeptical about continued growth at recent rates is the fact that business participation in the expansion is declining.

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