All Posts Tagged: FOMC

U.S. Outlook: Fixed income markets on the move

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing 10-year yields on bonds of US, Germany, and Japan.

In this week’s report, I look at what may be behind the sell-off in fixed income markets and what implications we may expect.

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U.S. Outlook: Uneven growth with whiffs of higher prices

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing the downward movement of the trade deficit.

This week’s U.S. Trade report for March revealed an even more lopsided trade performance than was estimated in last week’s Q1 GDP report.

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Instant Analysis: The employment report for April

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Image of a crosswalk with shadows of people entering it to cross the street.

We saw a solid bounce-back in U.S. job creation in April to 223K which fits nicely with the transitory Q1 slowdown thesis.

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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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