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REPLAY | Employment Conference Call | Early 2018 Labor Market – 2/1/19
Early 2018 Labor Market—Can the U.S. Economy Keep Cranking Out So Many Jobs?
The U.S. Labor Market—Key Indicator for the Economy, Inflation,
and the Federal Reserve
- January Labor Market—Still Cranking Them Out or Hesitating? Strong, Mixed, Weak?
- Jobs (Nonfarm Payroll); Unemployment Rate (Household Survey, Persons Finding Work and Coming Into the Workforce); Inflation (Average Hourly Earnings)
- Mucked Up by the Shutdown and Other Early Year Aberrations?
- Patterns—Strengths and Weaknesses
- Inflation—Signs of Cost-Push or Profit Margin Erosion?
- Why Has Wage and Price Inflation Been So Low?
- The Inflation Forecast—Key to the Fed
- Federal Reserve FOMC Meeting Result
- Fed in Transition—Federal Funds Rate and Balance Sheet Instruments
- “Data Dependent” Decisions
- DE Forecast of Fed Policy Path in 2019 and 2020
- Interest Rates Prospect
- Equities Market—Headed for a Continuing Bull or Toward a Bear Stock Market
- Q4 Earnings and the Outlook for 2019 and 2020
- Fair Value Ranges