Recession Watch Update
As the economic expansion caps its first decade, we thought it’d be a good time to check on LPL Research’s leading indicators in our Recession Watch Dashboard.
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A milestone in the U.S.-China trade dispute has boosted corporate sentiment, according to the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) latest Beige Book.
In the Beige Book, the Fed presents qualitat
Consumer inflationary pressures grew at a healthy, but manageable rate in December 2019.
The core Consumer Price Index (CPI), which excludes food and energy, rose 2.3% year over year last
U.S. companies’ hiring momentum slowed in December, ending an otherwise upbeat 2019 on a somewhat down note.
Nonfarm payrolls rose by 145,000 in December, below consensus estimates
U.S. manufacturing health continued to slide, despite the United States and China moving closer to a limited trade agreement.
The Institute for Supply Management’s (ISM) manufacturi
2019 was the year of the U.S. consumer.
When the year started, trade tensions were heating up and recession calls had grown louder. Many investors saw the end of the business cycle coming
U.S. leading indicators for November came in flat compared to October, ending a three-month streak of declining values. While investors cheered the end to the skid, the reading was below consensus exp
The fourth quarter is winding down, and investors are getting nervous that volatility in the short-term lending market could flare up once again.
Rates on repurchase agreements (repos) ju
December has been widely viewed as a strong month for stocks, with this year following suit so far. What many probably don’t realize, however, is the majority of the gains have taken place late
Boris Johnson is still the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (U.K.) after the British public voted Thursday to give his Conservative party a clear victory.
After a contentious campaign