All Posts Tagged: economy

2014 U.S. Outlook: Firing on all cylinders

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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For the first time since the “Great Recession,” the U.S. consumer will drive economic expansion in 2014.

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U.S. Outlook: Is the housing recovery back on track?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Recent October data suggests home sales bounced back from a summer swoon, but other factors are showing signs of weakness.

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U.S. Outlook: Encouraging signs of growth still evident

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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“Better than expected” is a phrase you will hear often about this October’s economic data. Is the U.S. economy on the cusp of a meaningful acceleration? Below is a brief summary of my weekly analysis, followed by a link to the full report, delivered on Nov. 22, 2013. (Note: This report covers two weeks; there […]

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U.S. Outlook: A stronger October if you believe the PMIs

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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October’s Purchasing Manager Indexes (PMIs) and employment report are two big factors in the economy right now, and I discuss their influences in this week’s U.S. Outlook report. Below is a brief summary followed by a link to the full report, delivered on Nov. 8, 2013. Key observations: U.S. economic momentum may have outweighed the […]

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