All Posts Tagged: Scott Anderson

U.S. Outlook: Will consumers resurface in the second quarter?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

The Treasury yield curve has moved deeper into inversion since last week’s FOMC meeting. And the Fed funds futures market has begun to price in not one, but two or more quarter‐point rate hikes before the end of 2020.

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U.S. Outlook: Manufacturing leading the way lower

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Does a weakening manufacturing sector hint at a coming economic slowdown? Find out in the U.S. Outlook.

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Instant Analysis: FOMC signals prolonged rate hike pause into 2020

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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The FOMC all but gave up their dreams of normalizing short-term interest rates, deciding to hold the Fed fund target rate between 2.25% and 2.50% at today’s FOMC meeting with 11 FOMC participants expecting the Fed funds rate to end 2019 at the same levels.  

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U.S. Outlook: Inflation pressures moderate, but for how long?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Could recent increases in wage inflation be an early harbinger of consumer inflation in the not too distant future? Read more in Scott Anderson’s U.S. Outlook.

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