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  • dzweifler 09:35 on July 9, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , hourly earnings, jolts, ,   

    Video: Mark Rogers On The US Economy – Week of July 8, 2013 

    Econoday’s Mark Rogers provides a look at key economic announcements for the US this week, and a look back on what last weeks activity means for the market.

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    Econoday reports, available on TradingScreen’s award-winning TradeSmart EMS, provide alerts on upcoming economic announcements, and jargon-free analysis of their potential market impact. Mark Rogers, Senior Economist for U.S. markets, has over 19 years of experience with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as an economist and forecaster for national and regional economies.

    Click to learn about getting access to Econoday’s economic reports on TradingScreen.

    Highlights:

    • Friday’s jobs report – solid but not too solid 0.26
    • Average hourly earnings – affecting the outlook for the consumer 1.30
    • Unemployment rate unchanged at 7.6 percent but underemployment up 2.50
    • The things to watch for in the upcoming JOLTS (Job Openings) report 4.12
    • FOMC minute outlook 5.30
    • Bullard a hawk turned to dove around under-inflation 6.52
    • Producer price index results and impact 7.51
    • Import and Export prices support Bullard’s concerns 8.32
    • Fedspeak schedule and market jitters 10.15
     
  • dzweifler 11:05 on May 7, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: chain store report, consumer credit, , jolts, ,   

    Video: Econoday’s Mark Rogers On The US Economy: Week of 05/06/2013 

    Econoday’s Mark Rogers provides a look at key economic announcements for the US this week.

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    Econoday reports, available on TradingScreen’s award-winning TradeSmart EMS, provide alerts on upcoming economic announcements, and jargon-free analysis of their potential market impact. Mark Rogers, Senior Economist for U.S. markets, has over 19 years of experience with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as an economist and forecaster for national and regional economies.

    Click to learn about getting access to Econoday’s economic reports on TradingScreen.

    Highlights:

    • Jobless claims on Thursday – are we seeing an improvement?: “It’s better but still sluggish.” 0.40
    • New on the Econoday Calendar: Jolts – employment sector survey: “The headline of Jolts is job openings and that will probably become more important for the Fed.” 1.40
    • Weekly chain store reports and consumer credit. ” 3.40
     
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