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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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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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Robert Burgess Oct 24
Remind me again why the Fed is raising rates? From the *FED: FIRMS SAW MODEST TO MODERATE WAGE GROWTH OVER NEXT 6 MTHS *FED SAYS CONSUMER PRICES ROSE AT MODEST TO MODERATE PACE
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EmployBridge Jan 18
"labor market tightness and challenges finding qualified workers across skills and sectors...described as constraining growth." - Offering educational opportunities can help bridge the growing skills gap.
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Daniel Graeber Jul 18
Dallas Fed "Expectations regarding future business conditions remained positive, supported by a favorable outlook for oil prices, but contacts expressed concern about steel tariffs, pipeline capacity constraints, and worker shortages."
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Ron Wirtz Oct 25
Just out from Minneapolis Fed's : Solid employment growth, but employers scrambling for labor. See also supplemental insights from business contacts across the
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Scott Lincicome Oct 24
Today's Fed had a mere 51 mentions of these tariffs that, apparently, don't exist.
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Federal Reserve Nov 29
Read about economic conditions in Reserve Bank Districts in the :
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Kathy Jones Apr 18
's cited solid economic growth, tight labor markets and rising prices. The yield curve is a little steeper for the first time in days.
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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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LPL Research Sep 21
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Daniel Graeber Jul 18
"Manufacturers in all Districts expressed concern about tariffs and in many Districts reported higher prices and supply disruptions that they attributed to the new trade policies"
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ChicagoFed Jul 18
Economic conditions in the Seventh District in the : Growth in economic activity slowed to a modest pace. Manufacturing production increased moderately, while employment, consumer spending, business spending, and construction and real estate activity grew modestly.
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Jonathan Pain May 30
Dear Authors of Do you think that the words, modest, modestly, moderate, or moderately, should be used to describe the chart below? Perhaps the word significantly will be used in your next report?
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Gene Goldman Jul 18
shows solid economic growth but also mounting and trade war concerns.
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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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George Ratiu Jul 18
The latest   is out: Economic activity continued to expand; markets tight, difficulty finding qualified labor; of key inputs rose further, including , materials, , and metals
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Mya Systems Nov 12
" markets continued to be characterized as tight throughout the country, with most districts reporting widespread shortages." View interactive summary on the state of across the country.
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Ron Wirtz Jul 19
New out from : "Hiring demand remained robust, but continued to be restrained by tight labor supply." Read more
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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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