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Michael Madowitz Sep 13
OK, so most economists are legit puzzled about why nobody can get a raise. Maybe it's time to look harder at what managers are doing IRL. The Fed does that with the . And the story there can make you wonder if the US is even functioning market economy
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Jake McRobie Sep 12
Fed’s shows still rising concern around trade policy with a number of districts adding this has “prompted some businesses to scale back or postpone capital investment.”
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Christian Fromhertz Jul 18
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Diane Swonk Jul 18
Another striking point when reading were housing reports. Most regions used words like "mixed" and "modest" to describe demand. Marks sharp contrast the inventory shortages that constrained sales earlier in year. Housing is first sector to peak.
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Investech India May 31
US 's says the US grew moderately from late April to early May.
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ClevelandFed Sep 13
According to the most recent , firms in our region increased wages, bonuses, and incentives to reduce worker turnover, although overall wage pressures were in line with the moderate trends seen so far in 2018.
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Liz Ann Sonders Jul 19
: 1) Maryland can mfg can’t get quality domestic steel, anticipated losing business to foreign competitors not faced with steel tariffs 2) machinery mfg said effects of steel tariffs chaotic to supply chain- disrupting orders, increasing prices, prompting panic buying
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New York Fed Jul 18
Replying to @NewYorkFed
: Housing markets throughout the have generally continued to strengthen. In many areas, a dearth of homes on the market has restrained sales volume but driven up prices →
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Derek Kaufman Sep 12
I've never big a big fan of the anecdotal , but this is quite a sentence on labor market tightness "Labor markets continued to be characterized as tight throughout the country, with most Districts reporting widespread shortages"
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Federal Reserve Nov 29
Read about economic conditions in Reserve Bank Districts in the :
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Andrea Mazzalai Oct 18
"Despite widespread labor tightness, the majority of districts reported only modest to moderate wage pressures"
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MI2 Partners Apr 20
From the most recent , "Contacts continued to note difficulty finding qualified candidates across a broad array of industries and skill levels." This weeks' TFTD takes another look at Wage Market Dynamics as labor shortages continue.
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Investech India Jul 19
US 's shows that 11 of 12 regions of the country were growing at a moderate pace or even faster.
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Jake McRobie Jul 19
Philly Fed manufacturing survey showed 2 in 3 firms seeing rising cost pressures, but only 1 in 3 increasing prices to customers - echoing comments on "shrinking margins"
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New York Fed Jul 18
Replying to @NewYorkFed
Read the full here →
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BostonFed May 30
The latest is now available & highlights that business activity continued to expand at a moderate pace, with contacted manufacturers, retailers, and most staffing firms reporting year-over-year increases in revenues within the First District.
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Joe Dubyk 🎆 Jul 18
Beige Book Update: Look how buy orders flooded market at 1:57 est..
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San Francisco Fed Sep 11
The Fed's is released tomorrow. Our gives an overview of what's in it and why it's important:
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JohnLynchLPL Sep 21
While signs of a tightening labor market and tariff concerns continue, we believe they should be viewed within the context of Main Street’s generally positive view of the overall .
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LPL Research Sep 21
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