All Posts Tagged: China

U.S. Outlook: Remain calm and carry on

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing monthly performance of retail sales in last two years.

We remain steadfast in our belief in our second-half rebound forecast for the U.S. economy.

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U.S. Outlook: Financial volatility takes center stage

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing dramatic rises and falls in Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index in recent years.

The drama unfolding in Greece and China is dominating the headlines and has relegated the discussion of Fed liftoff to the back pages of the newspaper.

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Customer Wise: Making violins and tuning for growth

Michelle Di Gangi
Small Business Banking
Anton Krutz wearing an apron, polishing a cello.

Demand for the company’s lower-priced instruments for students is soaring — Krutz says his sales are up about 100% this year from last.

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U.S. Outlook: Monetary policy tighter without tightening

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing deviation of US interest rates from Germany and Japan.

The U.S. economic growth slowdown in Q1 and downside risks from Europe and China are good reasons to be cautious, but there are a few more.

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