Joel Naroff

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Inquirier.net
OPEC production deal sends oil prices higherlook like they’re spending again and that is good news for future growth,” the
OPEC production deal sends oil prices higher
Inquirier.net / Posted 14 hours ago
look like they’re spending again and that is good news for future growth,” the investment advisor Joel Naroff said in a client advisory, noting that business capital spending had recorded its third straight... Read more
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TheBull
OPEC production deal sends world stocks higherlook like they're spending again and that is good news for future growth," the
OPEC production deal sends world stocks higher
TheBull / Posted 14 hours ago
look like they're spending again and that is good news for future growth," the investment advisor Joel Naroff said in a client advisory, noting that business capital spending had recorded its third straight... Read more
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Philly.com
One in four real estate deals in Philly area is a restaurantlocal restaurants over chains, which helps explain all the openings, especially
One in four real estate deals in Philly area is a restaurant
Philly.com / Posted 9 days ago
local restaurants over chains, which helps explain all the openings, especially in the gentrifying neighborhoods," said Joel Naroff, of Naroff Economic Advisors Inc. Baby boomers "are moving into the city and more densely populated suburbs," he... Read more
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The Columbian
Tepid economic data could further stall interest-rate hikerates when it meets next week. “All the data seem to say the same thing: Not m
Tepid economic data could further stall interest-rate hike
The Columbian / Posted 13 days ago
rates when it meets next week. “All the data seem to say the same thing: Not much is happening in the economy,” said Joel Naroff of Naroff Economic Advisors. “We have no inflation, not a lot of consumer spending, not much production. … The... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
A flurry of tepid economic data could lead Fed to delay hikerates when it meets next week. "All the data seem to say the same thing: Not m
A flurry of tepid economic data could lead Fed to delay hike
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 13 days ago
rates when it meets next week. "All the data seem to say the same thing: Not much is happening in the economy," said Joel Naroff of Naroff Economic Advisors. "We have no inflation, not a lot of consumer spending, not much production ... The... Read more
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The Columbian
A flurry of tepid economic data could lead Fed to delay hikerates when it meets next week. “All the data seem to say the same thing: Not m
A flurry of tepid economic data could lead Fed to delay hike
The Columbian / Posted 13 days ago
rates when it meets next week. “All the data seem to say the same thing: Not much is happening in the economy,” said Joel Naroff of Naroff Economic Advisors. “We have no inflation, not a lot of consumer spending, not much production … The... Read more
13d
RTE News
US retail sales fall more than expected in Auguststopped producing. If the Fed is data dependent, then the next time a hike woul
US retail sales fall more than expected in August
RTE News / Posted 13 days ago
stopped producing. If the Fed is data dependent, then the next time a hike would likely come is December," said Joel Naroff, chief economist at Naroff Economic Advisors in Holland, Pennsylvania. The Commerce Department said retail sales... Read more
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The Irish Times
US services sector activity hits six-year low, casts shadow on economyfactory activity and weak automobile sales. “It is beginning to look as if the
US services sector activity hits six-year low, casts shadow on economy
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
factory activity and weak automobile sales. “It is beginning to look as if the economy went on vacation in August,” said Joel Naroff, chief economist at Naroff Economic Advisors in Holland, Pennsylvania. “The August data are troubling and they... Read more
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Daily Record
NJ economy: Shooting ourselves in the foot?New Jersey's natural advantages are rendered useless. "It's probably the most
NJ economy: Shooting ourselves in the foot?
Daily Record / Posted 22 days ago
New Jersey's natural advantages are rendered useless. "It's probably the most critical need facing the state," said Joel Naroff, an economist based in Holland, Pennsylvania, who follows the New Jersey economy. "You need efficient and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
US services sector activity hits a six and a half-year lowfactory activity and weak automobile sales. "It is beginning to look as if the
US services sector activity hits a six and a half-year low
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
factory activity and weak automobile sales. "It is beginning to look as if the economy went on vacation in August," said Joel Naroff, chief economist at Naroff Economic Advisors in Holland, Pennsylvania. "The August data are troubling and they... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
US job creation slower but points to steady growthtarget," Rob Martin and Michael Gapen of Barclays said in a research note, whic
US job creation slower but points to steady growth
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 26 days ago
target," Rob Martin and Michael Gapen of Barclays said in a research note, which predicted a September rate increase. Joel Naroff of Naroff Economic Advisors disagreed: "If Janet Yellen and her merry band of terrified rate hikers wanted a... Read more
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CNBC
Rising wages fuel American shopping spreerecession is the American consumer. For now, it looks like household spending w
Rising wages fuel American shopping spree
CNBC / Posted 30 days ago
recession is the American consumer. For now, it looks like household spending will continue to hold up, according to Joel Naroff, founder of Naroff Economic Advisors, as long as disposable income keeps rising. "Much of that has likely come... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Bourses close mixed after Yellen speechin recent months,” Yellen said. Traders appeared to see her remarks as a mix o
Bourses close mixed after Yellen speech
Manila Standard Today / Posted 1 months ago
in recent months,” Yellen said. Traders appeared to see her remarks as a mix of both hawkish and dovish views. Joel Naroff of Naroff Economic Advisors said US policymakers could easily be dissuaded from increasing rates if skies... Read more

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