All Posts Tagged: manufacturing

U.S. Outlook: Evidence of growth rebound stacks up

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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This week’s economic data is promising on several fronts, as signs are emerging of improving business confidence in the U.S. economy.

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U.S. Outlook: Manufacturing rebound is on track

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Recent economic data points to further strengthening of the U.S. economy this year. We see plenty of reasons to remain optimistic about the outlook for U.S. manufacturing, and that revitalization of the manufacturing sector will eventually spill over into other sectors of the economy. Below are brief highlights of my weekly economic analysis, followed by […]

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Instant Analysis: January jobs report

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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It looks to me like another weather-impacted payroll survey.  The report’s details are not as distressing as the headline shortfall.

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U.S. Outlook: A stronger October if you believe the PMIs

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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October’s Purchasing Manager Indexes (PMIs) and employment report are two big factors in the economy right now, and I discuss their influences in this week’s U.S. Outlook report. Below is a brief summary followed by a link to the full report, delivered on Nov. 8, 2013. Key observations: U.S. economic momentum may have outweighed the […]

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