Diane Swonk

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The Norwich Bulletin
Trump's solution to racism is 'jobs.' It's not that simpleugly flare ups of hate crimes and riots. "Jobs don't cure the fundamental prob
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
ugly flare ups of hate crimes and riots. "Jobs don't cure the fundamental problems that ail us," says economist Diane Swonk, who runs DS Economics. Just look at what's happening right now. The economy is in pretty good shape.... Read more
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Market Watch
Dudley’s comments on Cohn raise eyebrows among Fed watchersdiscourages,” he said in an email. Katz said what Dudley said seems obvious, th
Market Watch / Posted 3 days ago
discourages,” he said in an email. Katz said what Dudley said seems obvious, that Cohn would be a reasonable candidate. Diane Swonk, CEO of DS Economics, said she was concerned with the timing of Dudley’s remarks, particularly given that Yellen... Read more
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8d
TheBull
US Q2 earnings boom may not last much longershort of expectations for the surge in growth that financial market participant
TheBull / Posted 8 days ago
short of expectations for the surge in growth that financial market participants expected after the election," economist Diane Swonk said. Murky outlook in Washington Analysts say the lack of progress on Trump's legislative agenda is limiting... Read more
15d
Fortune
The Auto Industry Is Having a Really Terrible Yearand parts a drag on U.S. economic growth, after years of contributing to expans
Fortune / Posted 15 days ago
and parts a drag on U.S. economic growth, after years of contributing to expansion. “You can’t jawbone the economy,” said Diane Swonk, chief executive officer and founder of DS Economics in Chicago. “The auto industry was stronger than the rest of... Read more
16d
Manila Standard Today
Toyota, Nissan beat American car firmsand parts a drag on US economic growth, after years of contributing to expansio
Manila Standard Today / Posted 16 days ago
and parts a drag on US economic growth, after years of contributing to expansion. “You can’t jawbone the economy,” said Diane Swonk, chief executive officer and founder of DS Economics in Chicago. “The auto industry was stronger than the rest of... Read more
19d
The Manila Times
US economic growth more than doubles to 2.6% in Q2signature health care laws. “The result has thrown cold water on the hopes for
The Manila Times / Posted 19 days ago
signature health care laws. “The result has thrown cold water on the hopes for a pro-growth agenda,” economist Diane Swonk said Friday in a research note. “In fact, policy uncertainty, which places a drag on growth, is measurably on... Read more
21d
Channel NewsAsia
US economic growth more than doubles to 2.6% in second quartersignature health care laws. "The result has thrown cold water on the hopes for
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 21 days ago
signature health care laws. "The result has thrown cold water on the hopes for a pro-growth agenda," economist Diane Swonk said in a research note. "In fact, policy uncertainty, which places a drag on growth, is measurably on the... Read more
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22d
CNBC
Second-quarter economic growth now seen doubling pace of first quartershipments were good with the upward revisions. Core durables were up 0.2 percen
CNBC / Posted 22 days ago
shipments were good with the upward revisions. Core durables were up 0.2 percent on shipments," said DS Economics CEO Diane Swonk. For May, the change in orders was revised up to 0.7 percent from 0.2 percent, while the change in shipments was... Read more
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24d
Newsmax
Fed Will Likely Focus on Low Inflation but Leave Rates Alonewith the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
Newsmax / Posted 24 days ago
with the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year's end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year — in... Read more
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24d
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Rate rises idled, low inflation Fed focuswith the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
with the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year's end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year -- in... Read more
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24d
Boston Globe
Fed will likely focus on low inflation but leave rates alonegrown more uncertain, with the CME Group’s gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
grown more uncertain, with the CME Group’s gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year’s end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year but only if... Read more
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25d
CNBC
Fed will likely focus on low inflation but leave rates alonewith the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
CNBC / Posted 25 days ago
with the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year's end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year—in... Read more
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25d
The Pekin Daily Times
Fed will likely focus on low inflation but leave rates alonewith the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 25 days ago
with the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year's end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year — in... Read more
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25d
Peoria Journal Star
Fed will likely focus on low inflation but leave rates alonewith the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 25 days ago
with the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year's end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year — in... Read more
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25d
The Middletown Press
Fed likely to focus on low inflation but leave rates alonewith the CME Group’s closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
The Middletown Press / Posted 25 days ago
with the CME Group’s closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year’s end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year — in... Read more
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25d
Orlando Sentinel
Fed will likely focus on low inflation but leave rates alonewith the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
with the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year's end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year — in... Read more
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25d
Savannah Morning News
Fed will likely focus on low inflation but leave rates alonewith the CME Group’s closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
Savannah Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
with the CME Group’s closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year’s end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year — in... Read more
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25d
WALB Albany
Fed will likely focus on low inflation but leave rates alonewith the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of an
WALB Albany / Posted 25 days ago
with the CME Group's closely watched gauge foreseeing a 47 percent chance of another rate increase by year's end. Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics, said she still thinks the Fed will raise rates one more time this year - in... Read more
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25d
TheBull
No-show inflation poses conundrum for US Fedof excuses and reasons why wages have hit a speed bump in the US, why inflation
TheBull / Posted 25 days ago
of excuses and reasons why wages have hit a speed bump in the US, why inflation has hit a speed bump in the US," economist Diane Swonk told AFP. But she said, "I'm getting to the point where I'm hard pressed to find an explanation. It's starting... Read more
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