All Posts Tagged: jobs

U.S. Outlook: Trouble abroad

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
graph of US surprise index trending upward in recent months.

On its own, the U.S. economy appears to be on a solid path for growth. But global outlook data suggests there are a few problem spots to watch.

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Instant Analysis: U.S. employment report for July

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Young professional woman smiling at a colleague

The job number for July was not as strong as one would expect given the sharp drop in initial jobless claims on the month.

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U.S. Outlook: Is stronger growth in Q2 sustainable?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Bar graph showing real, quarterly GDP growth/loss over past few years.

Before we get too excited Q2 GDP growth, let’s take a closer look at some of the components that make up this important economic indicator.

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U.S. Outlook: Signs of healing in the jobs market

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing the movement upward in the number of job openings in U.S.

The latest details on job openings, layoffs, and people quitting are positive signs of an improving employment picture.

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