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Measuring Inflation and the Week Ahead

July 10, 2021
There is quite an unusual price context for new week's economic events, which include June US CPI, retail sales, and industrial production, along with China's Q2 GDP, and the meetings for the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, the Bank of Canada, and the Bank of Japan. In addition, the US Treasury will sell $120 bln in coupons while the US earne…
Measuring Inflation and the Week Ahead Measuring Inflation and the Week Ahead Reviewed by Marc Chandler on July 10, 2021 Rating: 5
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Reflections on Counter-Value Macro

February 13, 2021
It may be a bit morbid, but consider the targeting of missiles for a moment.  One broad strategy is called counter-value; the value, of course, is people.  This is the sanitized way that targeting urban centers is discussed.  The alternative is counter-force, the force being the enemy's missiles.  Counter-force sounds like a more humane target…
Reflections on Counter-Value Macro Reflections on Counter-Value Macro Reviewed by Marc Chandler on February 13, 2021 Rating: 5
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The Week Ahead and Why the FOMC Meeting may not be the Most Interesting

January 25, 2020
The week ahead is arguably the most important here at the start of 2020.  The Federal Reserve and the Bank of England meet. The US and the eurozone report initial estimates of Q4 19 GDP.  The eurozone also reports its preliminary estimate of January CPI.  China returns from the extended Lunar New Year celebration and reports its official PMI.  Jap…
The Week Ahead and Why the FOMC Meeting may not be the Most Interesting The Week Ahead and Why the FOMC Meeting may not be the Most Interesting Reviewed by Marc Chandler on January 25, 2020 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: Selected GDP Performance since 2008 and Policy

June 21, 2017
This Great Graphic was tweeted by Martin Beck, and it comes from Oxford Economics, using Haver Analytics database.   It shows the relative economic growth since 2008 for the US, UK, Japan, and EMU.  
It will not surprise many to learn that US contraction was not as deep as in the areas.  It also would not be surprising to learn that the US economy …
Great Graphic: Selected GDP Performance since 2008 and Policy Great Graphic:  Selected GDP Performance since 2008 and Policy Reviewed by Marc Chandler on June 21, 2017 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: GDP Per Capita Selected Comparison

August 24, 2016
ThisGreat Graphicwas used in a recent Bloombergcolumn by former Minneapolis Fed President Kocherlakota, and now a professor at the University of Rochester.
Kocherlakota was a dove when he was at the Fed and remains dovish. He is concerned that the US economic performance is, as he says, not what it seems.  By this, he means it is weaker than the GD…
Great Graphic: GDP Per Capita Selected Comparison Great Graphic:  GDP Per Capita Selected Comparison Reviewed by Marc Chandler on August 24, 2016 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: How the US Recovery Stacks Up

July 27, 2016
This Great Graphic was tweeted Alan Kruger (@Alan_Kruger). Drawing on official data and the Atlanta Fed's GDPNow tracker for Q2 GDP (2.4%), it shows the current business cycle in the context of a four earlier cycles.
Until now the recovery from the Great Financial Crisis was the weakest from the post-WWII last four contractions.  However, as Kr…
Great Graphic: How the US Recovery Stacks Up Great Graphic:  How the US Recovery Stacks Up Reviewed by Marc Chandler on July 27, 2016 Rating: 5
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