Goldman Sachs Chief Economist Jan Hatzius comments on recession fears In brief: Says 'false signals' coming from stockmarket sell offs and credit markets Economic indicators are showing little signs of imminent recession in the US, Europe or ... Nasdaq, 1 hour ago
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(The Australian Financial Review - ABIX via COMTEX) -- Jan Hatzius, the chief economist at Goldman Sachs in the US, still expects the Federal Reserve to increase interest rates three times in 2016. However, he does not believe that the central ...TradingCharts.com, 4 days ago Goldman Sachs' top economist says markets are doing the Fed's job for it Business Insider Australia, 4 days ago Break the Low Economic Growth, Low Employment Cycle US News & World Report, 3 weeks ago Fed to hike once per quarter: Goldman Town Hall, 2 months ago
Goldman Sachs economists Jan Hatzius and Zach Pandl made eight economic predictions for 2016, one of which is that home building will remain the fastest-growing sector, HousingWire reports. Hatzius and Pandl say that the country's population is ...HousingZone.com, 2 weeks ago Goldman Sachs: Will homebuilding remain the fastest-growing sector? HousingWire.com, 1 month ago Goldman Sachs' 2016 Macroeconomic Outlook Pinnacle Digest, 1 month ago Stocks Rebound: What'd You Miss? (Full Show 12/10) Bloomberg, 1 month ago
Just a quick preview of the FOMC from Jan Hatzius (head honcho economist at Goldman Sachs) Says the Federal Reservewill deliver cautious commentary But will notshut "the door to a second hike in March" Saysfinancial conditions in the US have ...Nasdaq, 1 week ago Goldman: FOMC Preview Mr Top Step, 1 month ago
The US economy added 151,000 jobs in January, helping to push the country's unemployment rate down to 4.9%. Over the past six months wages have grown at a rate of 2.9 percent, according to the White House Council of Economic Advisers . For all of ...Equilibrio Informativo, 2 days ago Hiring slowed in January; jobless rate dipped to 4.9 percent Washington Post, 3 days ago Economy added 151,000 jobs in January; unemployment rate drops to 4.9 percent Washington Post, 3 days ago
Jobs day is just a few hours away. Economists forecast that on Friday morning, the Labour Department will say the US economy added 190,000 jobs in January according to Bloomberg: the slowest pace in four months. Goldman Sachs Jan Hatzius and ...Business Insider Australia, 4 days ago
Two top Federal Reserve officials said policy makers need to take into account tighter financial conditions when they meet next month to decide whether to raise interest rates again. Recent developments reinforce the case for watchful waiting, Fed ...Bloomberg, 5 days ago
Jan Hatzius Volatility in China's currency and stock markets continues to be one of the most concerning stories in the world. As the world's second largest economy decelerates to its slowest pace in 25 years , the rest of the world is left ...Business Insider, 3 weeks ago CHART: Why Goldman Sachs thinks China won't bring down the developed world - except Australia Business Insider Australia, 3 weeks ago
The December jobs report is not necessarily indicative of a strong economy in the U.S., Art Cashin of UBS said Friday. "Not to be a wet blanket, but that jobs number is a little suspect. If you look at the household survey: 485,000 [and] 35 ...CNBC, 1 month ago
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(Bloomberg) -- The biggest loser from a stronger dollar may be China, not the U.S. And that's why some economists predict the Asian nation will loosen its currency's link to the greenback and allow the yuan to depreciate. The People's Bank of ...La Repubblica, 2 months ago A Strong Dollar Hurts China More Than the U.S. Bloomberg, 2 months ago Biggest Loser From Stronger Dollar May Be China and Not the U.S. La Repubblica, 2 months ago
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