Diane Swonk

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Athens Banner-Herald
$2 gasoline: Good times keep rolling at the pumpaway, to Tennessee, this summer. "Even if it's not $1.98 that would definitely
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted yesterday
away, to Tennessee, this summer. "Even if it's not $1.98 that would definitely help as far as vacation goes," she said. Diane Swonk, chief economist at Mesirow Financial, expects lower gasoline prices to help the U.S. economy to grow 3.3 percent... Read more
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KERA North Texas
: Promises about the future without profits(Markets Edition) In the third quarter, investors pulled $36 billion out of mut
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
(Markets Edition) In the third quarter, investors pulled $36 billion out of mutual and exchange-traded funds in the U.S. Diane Swonk, from DS Economics, stopped by to chat with us about the decrease in the number of Americans who own stocks, and the... Read more
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Market Watch
Is the Fed chair race more wide open than portrayed? Here’s what Mnuchin saysformer Fed governor Kevin Warsh was in second place, with Stanford University e
Market Watch / Posted 7 days ago
former Fed governor Kevin Warsh was in second place, with Stanford University economist John Taylor as the dark horse. Diane Swonk, founder of DS Economics, said she thought Warsh might get the post because he would represent “a pivot” for the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
September US payrolls contract in wake of Harvey, Irmathat the distortions created by the hurricanes are ultimately little more than
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
that the distortions created by the hurricanes are ultimately little more than noise in the overall US economy," economist Diane Swonk wrote in an analysis of the September report. "I disagree but I don't vote" on the Fed policymaking panel, she... Read more
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Market Watch
Five things to know about Kevin Warsh, who may be the next Fed chairmanrepresent “continuity” at the central bank. Warsh “knows why the Fed did what t
Market Watch / Posted 22 days ago
represent “continuity” at the central bank. Warsh “knows why the Fed did what they did” during the financial crisis, added Diane Swonk, chief economist at DS Economics. He is not an economist. Warsh was a lawyer by training who became an... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Minorities, Americans without college degrees showed greatest gains in wealthera of higher minimum wages at the state and local level. Many of the increases
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 23 days ago
era of higher minimum wages at the state and local level. Many of the increases kicked in starting in 2015," said economist Diane Swonk, founder of DS Economics. The construction sector has also been adding employees at a rapid rate in the past... Read more
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