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Lydia DePillis Jan 16
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New York Fed Jan 16
Replying to @NewYorkFed
New York City saw fairly strong tourism over the holiday season. A local tourism-sector expert indicated that the number of visitors has climbed and hotel occupancy rates remained high, though visitors have been spending less, on average, than in the past.
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Spencer Jan 16
Well, Let's see if the Moves some things....
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New York Fed Jan 16
Replying to @NewYorkFed
Commercial real estate markets in the have been steady overall.
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Gregory Daco Jan 16
Replying to @GregDaco
: - moderate wage gains "through the country" & "across skill levels" - is modest to moderate & while input cost are rising, mixed reports about pricing power > Overall inflation to remain tame in 2019, allowing for patience in raising rates (2/2)
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Don Curren Jan 16
More BMO on : "All regions have tight and many firms are struggling to find (skilled or not), yet wage growth remains moderate. Most districts are seeing modest to moderate price increases, despite and firmer "
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Federal Reserve Jan 18
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Gregory Daco Jan 16
Federal Reserve shows "outlooks generally remained positive" around the turn of the year, but optimism was reduced during to tightening conditions, rising interest rates, tensions and political uncertainty. >> Solid but slowing US (1/2)
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Darnell Hegarty Jan 29
meeting begins today. announcement expected tomorrow. I don’t expect to see a this time around.
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Don Curren Jan 16
BMO: Although it doesn’t indicate slower growth or lower inflation, the 's confirms some retreat in , which will only reinforce the Fed’s patience on the policy trigger.
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Federal Reserve Dec 7
: This week’s press releases: This week’s speeches: The
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BostonFed Jan 16
According to the ’s latest , contacts in the 1st District reported that residential real estate markets had a strong finish & a good year overall. Commercial real estate markets showed few changes since the last report. Read more:
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Darnell Hegarty Jan 30
Happy Fed Day everyone! All eyes on J. Powell and the FOMC regarding today’s rate decision announcement including meeting minutes.
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ClevelandFedResearch Jan 17
Our contacts reported that conditions in nonresidential construction continued to be strong and improved slightly during the period. Demand from the industrial and education sectors was noted to be especially strong.
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ClevelandFed Jan 22
: Retailers in our region believe the momentum from the holidays will continue, and they predict customer demand in the first quarter will remain strong. These expect that growth in 2019 will outpace growth in 2018 overall.
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Haley Thayer Jan 17
The ’s showed 8 out of 12 districts reported modest to moderate growth, but increased volatility in the financial markets, rising short-term rates, falling energy prices and trade/political uncertainty cause lower optimisms for the future.
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Francesc Riverola - FXStreet.com 🎗 Jan 17
OCBC Bank: On the macro front, the US was perceived to be slightly less optimistic, and we note that the ongoing partial US government shutdown may add to underlying growth concerns if it becomes protracted
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chilly winter Jan 17
Why lists as company? Or platform? Someone said it's running a b-book model, not putting trades into markets! Pepperstone won't answer!
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Paycheckology Feb 8
Why is that all the people with degrees in Journalism say the economy's dramatically failing... ...while all the people with degrees in Economics say things like “Wage growth tended to the higher side of a modest to moderate pace.“ 🤔
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ClevelandFed Jan 19
: While overall demand for autos is up, rising interest rates are holding back demand and shifting it towards less expensive vehicles. Auto retailers in our region expect demand to remain steady in the next quarter but to decrease in 2019 overall
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