Diane Swonk

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Bankrate.com
The GOP and Pokemon are having a momenttold us last week that June retail sales rose a solid 0.6%. Two interesting tre
The GOP and Pokemon are having a moment
Bankrate.com / Posted 5 days ago
told us last week that June retail sales rose a solid 0.6%. Two interesting trends worth mentioning here: Economist Diane Swonk notes that a reported drop in clothing sales likely reflects lower prices. (Sales are reported in dollars, so... Read more
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CNBC
JPMorgan’s Dimon will raise pay of 18,000 workers — but not just because he’s a nice guyand community banking business. "He's one of the more prominent in an industry
JPMorgan’s Dimon will raise pay of 18,000 workers — but not just because he’s a nice guy
CNBC / Posted 11 days ago
and community banking business. "He's one of the more prominent in an industry where you would not expect it," said Diane Swonk, CEO of DS Economics. She said bank teller employment did not really collapse as automatic teller machines took... Read more
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Boston Globe
Jobs roar back with gain of 287,000 in Junea pattern of rising wages that brought the yearly gain to 2.6 percent. “Wow, t
Jobs roar back with gain of 287,000 in June
Boston Globe / Posted 14 days ago
a pattern of rising wages that brought the yearly gain to 2.6 percent. “Wow, this one takes my breath away,” said Diane Swonk, an independent economist in Chicago. An unexpectedly grim employment report in May, combined with Britain’s... Read more
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TribLIVE
Global interest rates forecast to remain low for a whileis off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year.
Global interest rates forecast to remain low for a while
TribLIVE / Posted 23 days ago
is off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year. “The Fed is handcuffed at the moment,” said Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics in Chicago. “You have got a lot of things moving in the wrong direction in the... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
British chaos means interest rates will stay low for longeris off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year.
British chaos means interest rates will stay low for longer
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 24 days ago
is off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year. "The Fed is handcuffed at the moment," said Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics in Chicago. "You have got a lot of things moving in the wrong direction in the... Read more
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24d
The Seattle Times
British chaos means interest rates will stay low for longeris off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year.
British chaos means interest rates will stay low for longer
The Seattle Times / Posted 24 days ago
is off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year. “The Fed is handcuffed at the moment,” said Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics in Chicago. “You have got a lot of things moving in the wrong direction in the... Read more
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24d
Your Hometown Lima Stations
British chaos means interest rates will stay low for longeris off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year.
British chaos means interest rates will stay low for longer
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 24 days ago
is off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year. "The Fed is handcuffed at the moment," said Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics in Chicago. "You have got a lot of things moving in the wrong direction in the... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
British chaos means interest rates will stay low for longeris off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year.
British chaos means interest rates will stay low for longer
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 24 days ago
is off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year. "The Fed is handcuffed at the moment," said Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics in Chicago. "You have got a lot of things moving in the wrong direction in the... Read more
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24d
ABC News
British Chaos Means Interest Rates Will Stay Low for Longeris off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year.
British Chaos Means Interest Rates Will Stay Low for Longer
ABC News / Posted 24 days ago
is off the table, not only for the next meeting but for the rest of this year. "The Fed is handcuffed at the moment," said Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics in Chicago. "You have got a lot of things moving in the wrong direction in the... Read more
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28d
The Hill
UK vote triggers talks with USfree trade as nearly dead in the United States with our candidates all backing
UK vote triggers talks with US
The Hill / Posted 28 days ago
free trade as nearly dead in the United States with our candidates all backing off of any kind of free trade agreements,” Diane Swonk, founder and chief economist of DS Economics, said on CNN. “That will have impact down the road.” “The economic... Read more
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