All Posts Tagged: labor market

Instant Analysis: FOMC delivers on rate hike; statement and dot plot turn hawkish

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Federal Reserve building (Washington DC) at dusk.

For now the Fed is throwing caution to the wind and is pressing ahead with steady rate hikes this year, despite growing downside risks from trade. 

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U.S. Outlook: Happy anniversary, Great Recession expansion!

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
outside shoppers in San Francisco

The current economic expansion turned nine years old this month.

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California Economic Outlook – June 2018

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Side view of tall concrete bridge spanning two peaks along the coastline of California at sunset.

California’s job creation continues to outperform the nation, but job growth has slowed as more metro areas exceed full employment.

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U.S. Outlook: The labor market is hot. Is it getting too hot?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Busy office setting with several well-dressed stock traders checking activity on their computer terminals.

The May jobs report revealed impressive strength and breadth in U.S. job creation that blew away most economists’ expectations.

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