Even in the worst-case scenario, we don’t expect a significant impact on the U.S. economy.
Weekly Economic Commentary
First quarter productivity rose at the fastest year-over-year pace since 2010.
Consumer inflation has weakened, but we (and the Fed) believe the slowdown is temporary.
We’ve finally closed the book on what was one of the most perplexing quarters of this expansion.
Economic reports are important for clues on economic health and macro trends, but the Beige Book, which the Fed produces eight times a year…
Deteriorating global conditions shifted the economic landscape and fueled concerns that inflationary pressures could be too low…..
The U.S. economy kicked off the year with a disappointing first quarter as consumers and businesses weathered symptoms of a global slowdown.
Wall Street is watching a litany of telling economic and market signals, but the rest of the world is watching college basketball.
Investors are becoming increasingly impatient, even as the Federal Reserve (Fed) doubled down on patience at its March meeting.
A disappointing February jobs report, released March 8, has increased concerns about a slowing U.S. economy among some market participants.