All Posts Tagged: Scott Anderson

U.S. Outlook: Jobs report eases near-term recession concerns

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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The December employment report exceeded all analysts’ expectations. Scott Anderson examines the employment data in his latest U.S. Outlook.

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U.S. Outlook: Dissecting the dots

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Just looking at the Fed’s median forecast gives one a false sense of precision about the future of U.S. interest rates.

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California Economic Outlook – December 2018

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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Job growth in California has exceeded national job growth for the past 80 months through October, a testament to the continued strength of the state’s labor market.

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U.S. Outlook: Market fears of near-term recession overblown

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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As recently as September when U.S. stocks were hitting new record highs, economic optimism was rampant and, in retrospect, probably overdone.

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