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Category: GDP OLD
[private] [/private] The Economy—Can the Good Times Last? First Report—Q1 GDP (April 28, 2022) • “Boomy Expansion”—In Q1?—Will It Continue? o Q1 Real GDP and Inflation—Still “Superstrong” and “Red Hot?” Or “Cooling”? o GDP—How Strong? read more
[private] [/private] Economic Tsunami Hits—Q1 Real GDP – Q1 U.S. Economic Growth and Activity—Tsunami Hits Shore Q1 Real GDP—How Weak? The “Shutdown”—Weaknesses and Strengths Business Cutbacks and the Labor Market the Motive Forces of the read more
DE | Quarterly | GDP Conference Call | The Economy in Late 2019, Entering 2020, and Beyond – 1/30/20
[private] [/private] The Economy in Late 2019, Entering 2020, and Beyond Q4 GDP (Adv.)—Economy After the Q2, Q3 Slowdown Momentum? Up, Down, Sideways Strengths and Weaknesses—Where Strong, Sustainable? Where Weak, Continuing? “Basic Prospect” (70% Odds) read more
REPLAY- Sinai’s Conference Call: Labor Market and the Economy—Economy and the Labor Market Signaling New Higher Path?
Labor Market and the Economy—Economy and the Labor Market Signaling New Higher Path? S. Labor Market in Early Autumn Looking Through the Hurricanes Rebound—Strong, Weak, Mixed? Labor Market Messages on the Economy “Wage-Phillips Curve” Clicking-in—“Price-Phillips read more
The U.S. Labor Market, Economy, Fed, Markets in Early Spring[private] S. Labor Market as a Key to the Economy, Inflation, the Fed, and the Markets April Labor Market—Strong? Weak? Mixed? Anatomy of the Labor Market—Where read more