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Morningstar
Fed Statement Could Offer Clues Toward June Rate Decisionstatement will signal risks to the U.S. economy have eased, perhaps paving the
Fed Statement Could Offer Clues Toward June Rate Decision
Morningstar / Posted 10 days ago
statement will signal risks to the U.S. economy have eased, perhaps paving the way to a June rate increase. J.P. Morgan's Michael Feroli, however, expects the Fed will once again hold off on including a clear assessment of risks and will offer no... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Retail sales down 0.3% in Marchemerging from a slump. "We're having a little bit of a soft patch here for the
Retail sales down 0.3% in March
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 21 days ago
emerging from a slump. "We're having a little bit of a soft patch here for the consumer, with no obvious rationale," said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in New York. "It's definitely a softer start to the year.... Read more
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Market Watch
Consumer inflation expectations retreat, even as gasoline climbs, survey findsas an important signal of where inflation is headed and also a reading on the c
Consumer inflation expectations retreat, even as gasoline climbs, survey finds
Market Watch / Posted 23 days ago
as an important signal of where inflation is headed and also a reading on the credibility of its 2% inflation target, said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at J.P. Morgan Chase. The Fed views too-low inflation has a sign the economy isn’t... Read more
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Newsmax
Bloomberg News: Republicans Are Wrong, Work Force Is Just Peachypersist all the way through the end of this year and into early next year." So
Bloomberg News: Republicans Are Wrong, Work Force Is Just Peachy
Newsmax / Posted 26 days ago
persist all the way through the end of this year and into early next year." Some other economists are less optimistic. Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist for JPMorgan Chase & Co. in New York, sees the participation rate holding at about 63... Read more
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Newsmax
Jobs Report Gives Yellen Only Half of What Fed Chair Wantsworld’s largest economy still wasn’t strong enough to provide more full-time wo
Jobs Report Gives Yellen Only Half of What Fed Chair Wants
Newsmax / Posted a month ago
world’s largest economy still wasn’t strong enough to provide more full-time work. “This makes Yellen look smart,” said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in New York. “People are getting more confident in the labor... Read more
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Business Insider
There’s a huge threat to the most remarkable thing about the US labor market right nowof people joining the labor force. "The participation rate was the showstopper
There’s a huge threat to the most remarkable thing about the US labor market right now
Business Insider / Posted 1 months ago
of people joining the labor force. "The participation rate was the showstopper in this report," wrote JP Morgan economist Michael Feroli in a note Friday. Prime-age workers — between the ages of 23 and 34 — have been re-entering the market and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jobs data bolsters Yellen's cautious policy positionworld's largest economy still wasn't strong enough to provide more full-time wo
Jobs data bolsters Yellen's cautious policy position
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
world's largest economy still wasn't strong enough to provide more full-time work. "This makes Yellen look smart," said Michael Feroli, chief US economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co in New York. "People are getting more confident in the labour... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Jobs data bolsters Yellen's cautious policy positionworld's largest economy still wasn't strong enough to provide more full-time wo
Jobs data bolsters Yellen's cautious policy position
Brisbane Times / Posted 1 months ago
world's largest economy still wasn't strong enough to provide more full-time work. "This makes Yellen look smart," said Michael Feroli, chief US economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co in New York. "People are getting more confident in the labour... Read more
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The Age
Jobs data bolsters Yellen's cautious policy positionworld's largest economy still wasn't strong enough to provide more full-time wo
Jobs data bolsters Yellen's cautious policy position
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
world's largest economy still wasn't strong enough to provide more full-time work. "This makes Yellen look smart," said Michael Feroli, chief US economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co in New York. "People are getting more confident in the labour... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Jobs data bolsters Yellen's cautious policy positionworld's largest economy still wasn't strong enough to provide more full-time wo
Jobs data bolsters Yellen's cautious policy position
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
world's largest economy still wasn't strong enough to provide more full-time work. "This makes Yellen look smart," said Michael Feroli, chief US economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co in New York. "People are getting more confident in the labour... Read more
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Zero Hedge
JPM "Shaves" First Half GDP By 0.5% Due To Weaker Durable Goods And Consumer Spendingthe US economy was finally supposed to take off on "above trend" growth? Make t
JPM "Shaves" First Half GDP By 0.5% Due To Weaker Durable Goods And Consumer Spending
Zero Hedge / Posted 1 months ago
the US economy was finally supposed to take off on "above trend" growth? Make that 2017. Here is JPM's chief economist Michael Feroli doing what banks are so good at doing: cutting their own US GDP growth forecasts. Shave and a haircut, first... Read more

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