All Posts Tagged: U.S. Outlook

U.S. Outlook: Job growth starts second quarter with a bang

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Should we celebrate this spring job growth spurt? Chief economist Scott Anderson believes we shouldn’t lose sight of the broader 2019 growth slowdown story.

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U.S. Outlook: A first quarter GDP head fake

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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The term “fake news” comes to mind for Scott Anderson when considering the headline 3.2% annualized GDP growth rate. Find out why in the U.S. Outlook.

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U.S. Outlook: Job growth bounces back in March

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist

Job growth may have bounced back in March, but our chief economist cautions against an exuberant celebration of the positive numbers. Find out why in his U.S. Outlook

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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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