All Posts Tagged: Recession

Instant Analysis: FOMC statement for January

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Crowd of people going to work

I think the Fed is on hold right now and hasn’t made up its mind yet about the global market volatility and economic developments in China.

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U.S. Outlook: 2016 comes in like a lion

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing the dip in world market capital after the China sell-off

It’s the New Year’s hangover that never ends. Granted we are only about a week into 2016, but so far it’s been a doozy.

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Instant Analysis: Employment report for September

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Attendees at a conference in front of large glass windows, the sun in the background.

The extent and consistency of this softening in monthly job gains will give the FOMC pause about raising interest rates in the face of a slowing economic environment. 

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U.S. Outlook: More signs of weakness in global production

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing quarterly GDP performance, both actual and forecast

We received more confirmation this week that global manufacturing activity in September continues to slow, though there are no clear signs, yet, of a global recession.

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