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New York Fed Aug 16
JUST RELEASED: Tariffs and trade policy seen to be pushing up prices and reducing profits
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Braswell Bengal Football Aug 15
Looking forward to a great year‼️ 🐅🏈
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New York Fed Aug 16
Replying to @NewYorkFed
Thirty-four percent of respondents reported that conditions improved over the month, and 25 percent said that conditions worsened.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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Employment levels rose modestly, and wage increases picked up.
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Braswell Bengal Football Aug 16
Coach Moore getting involved with the post practice festivities🌊 🐅🏈
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New York Fed Aug 16
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When asked how much, if at all, recent increases in tariffs have raised input costs—either directly or indirectly—79% of manufacturers and 60% of service firms said at least slightly, with 14% and 12%, respectively, characterizing the increase as substantial.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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The prices received index moved up five points to 21.7, pointing to a pickup in selling price increases.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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The business climate index held slightly above zero, indicating that, on balance, firms regarded the business climate as better than normal.
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Levi McAbee 12h
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New York Fed Aug 16
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With this month’s decline, the prices paid index has fallen a cumulative 17 points since February.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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The headline business activity index held steady at 9.1.
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Education@ELHT Aug 13
Day 2 of Trust Induction gets off to a great start with Basic Life Support 🙂
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Jane Lambert Aug 12
Another productive training session complete today 👍
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New York Fed Aug 16
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For both years, roughly two-thirds of manufacturers saw an upward effect on prices paid, and roughly 45% saw an upward effect on selling prices due to changes in trade policy.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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New York Fed Aug 16
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In assessing the overall effect of trade policies on the bottom line, 51% of manufacturers perceive a negative effect in 2019, and 47% anticipate a negative effect in 2020. For service firms, the proportions are just under 40% for both 2019 and 2020.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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In assessing the overall effect of trade policies on the bottom line, results are not much different than those in last year’s survey.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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Both manufacturers and service firms said they see a modest negative effect, on balance, on sales to foreign customers but little or no effect on domestic sales.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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The data illustrate a considerably more widespread effect of higher input costs among service firms than in last year’s survey.
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New York Fed Aug 16
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Asia accounted for 18% (little changed), while Latin America represented 9% (up from 7%).
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