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Market Watch
What to expect in the Fed statement next weekmonth by U.K. voters to leave the European Union. “I’m not sure they’re quite
What to expect in the Fed statement next week
Market Watch / Posted 4 days ago
month by U.K. voters to leave the European Union. “I’m not sure they’re quite ready to signal the coast is clear,” said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist for J.P. Morgan Chase. The Fed statement “won’t rock the boat, he added. “Though the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Americans' spending seen solid through latest overseas turmoilexperience dealing with violent swings in financial markets. "The consumer wil
Americans' spending seen solid through latest overseas turmoil
Chicago Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
experience dealing with violent swings in financial markets. "The consumer will remain the ballast in the economy," said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co. and former researcher for the Federal Reserve. "All the economic... Read more
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CNBC
After retail sales beat, economists raise growth forecast to...percent pace in Q2, which would be the best quarterly showing for the expansion
After retail sales beat, economists raise growth forecast to...
CNBC / Posted 11 days ago
percent pace in Q2, which would be the best quarterly showing for the expansion," wrote JPMorgan's chief U.S. economist, Michael Feroli. The Atlanta Fed GDPNow model for real GDP growth in the second quarter of this year rose to 2.4 percent... Read more
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Market Watch
Inflationary pressures are already building, top forecaster saysMillan Mulraine at TD Securities, Stephen Stanley of Amherst Pierpont Securitie
Inflationary pressures are already building, top forecaster says
Market Watch / Posted 15 days ago
Millan Mulraine at TD Securities, Stephen Stanley of Amherst Pierpont Securities, Paul Mortimer-Lee’s team at BNP Paribas, Michael Feroli at J.P. Morgan, John Silvia’s team at Wells Fargo, Scott Anderson at Bank of the West, Lou Crandall of... Read more
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Providence Business News
Payrolls in U.S. jumped 287,000 in June, most in eight monthsweight of evidence suggests “that the May jobs report exaggerated the degree of
Payrolls in U.S. jumped 287,000 in June, most in eight months
Providence Business News / Posted 18 days ago
weight of evidence suggests “that the May jobs report exaggerated the degree of slowing in the labor market,” Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Securities LLC in New York, said before the report. Job growth is “obviously... Read more
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Newsmax
Unemployment Rises to 4.9 Percent as More People Enter Work Forceweight of evidence suggests “that the May jobs report exaggerated the degree of
Unemployment Rises to 4.9 Percent as More People Enter Work Force
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
weight of evidence suggests “that the May jobs report exaggerated the degree of slowing in the labor market,” Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Securities LLC in New York, said before the report. Job growth is “obviously... Read more
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Market Watch
Technical error disrupted timing of Fed minutes’ releasea delay of nearly a minute on the Fed meeting minutes can “potentially have big
Technical error disrupted timing of Fed minutes’ release
Market Watch / Posted 20 days ago
a delay of nearly a minute on the Fed meeting minutes can “potentially have big repercussions” on trading floors, said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist for J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. The Fed didn’t name the news organizations affected by the... Read more
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CNBC
JPMorgan pushes out Fed rate-hike view to DecemberFriday. "On the heels of the Brexit developments we are pushing back our Fed c
JPMorgan pushes out Fed rate-hike view to December
CNBC / Posted 1 months ago
Friday. "On the heels of the Brexit developments we are pushing back our Fed call from September to December; there is exceptionally low visibility on the monetary policy outlook right now," JPMorgan economist Michael Feroli wrote in a research no... Read more
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Providence Business News
U.S. capital goods orders unexpectedly drop most in three monthsa new challenge -- the fallout from the U.K.’s decision to exit the EU. Once t
U.S. capital goods orders unexpectedly drop most in three months
Providence Business News / Posted 1 months ago
a new challenge -- the fallout from the U.K.’s decision to exit the EU. Once this shock ripples through financial markets, Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in New York said he will be watching manufacturing surveys and... Read more
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