U.S. employers added 130,000 new jobs to the economy in August, below the estimate of 150,000. The unemployment rate held
Economic data is all over the place! It is once again all about the Fed Economic data in the U.S.
Sayonara global growth! Trade tensions flared up in May, causing a selloff in risk assets US Bureau of Labor Statistics
Trade tensions reignite! U.S. economy remains on solid footing led by the strong labor market & benign inflation, Will the
The consumer and strong labor markets are supporting the U.S. economy Employers added 196,000 new jobs to the U.S. economy
Employment picture remains a source of strength. After dismal and unusual December performance (worst on record since 1931), the S&P
The 2-5 year part of the yield curve inverted on December 3rd for the first time since 2007 and it
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced the end to its quantitative easing program at the end of 2018. They trimmed
Manufacturing picked up in November based on the latest ISM reading (59.3 from 57.7). New orders, production and employment all
Divergence has been the key theme for 2018, but the U.S. looks poised to slow down and this should alleviate