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  • TradingScreen 10:42 on January 28, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , federal, , , quantitative easing   

    Video: Mark Rogers on the US Economy — Week of January 27, 2014 

    Econoday’s Mark Rogers provides a look at key economic announcements for the US this week. In this segment: Fed to decide on more taper as the economy softens.

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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:

    • Wednesday’s decision to taper: Faster or slower? 0.10
    • Weaker economic indicators: Will the recent data affect the taper?  (1.38)
    • How does housing fit into the Fed’s decision-making process? (2.40)
    • Will there be any change in how the Fed describes economic growh? (5.40)
    • How does the Fed chairperson transition affect policy? (8.23)
     
  • TradingScreen 15:22 on December 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , ism report on manufacturing, , , quantitative easing, , unit auto sales   

    Video: Weekly Report on US Economy with Econoday’s Rogers and TradingSmarter 

    Econoday’s Mark Rogers provides a look at key economic announcements for the US this week: A focus on the Consumer and the Fed. News on the consumer is updated with employment, personal income, and motor vehicles sales.  Meanwhile, the Fed gets ready for its December meeting.

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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:

    • Employment report: Still playing catch-up post-shutdown 0.35
    • The labor market is not looking too pretty for November 1.20
    • Unemployment rate expected to drop, but the “why” is more important than the “what” 1.30
    • Personal income report expectations: Expecting a moderate gain 2.25
    • Spending forecast: The consensus number looks “iffy” 3.20
    • PCE Price Index expectations and their impact on tapering 4.40
    • “We are going to end up with year-on-year (core PCE Price Index) numbers far below 2 percent” 6.20
    • “The core portion of the report will allow the Fed to continue quantitative easing” 6.30
    • Unit auto sales expectations for November 6.40
    • “Consumers are very excited about new features on new cars” 7.40
    • ISM Report on Manufacturing: Numbers up, fed by the auto industry 8.10
    • Beige book expectations, and its impact 8.50
     
  • TradingScreen 15:41 on November 13, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Dennis P. Lockhart, , , , , quantitative easing   

    Video: Econoday’s Rogers and TradingSmarter on the US Economy 11/13/13 

    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:

    • Employment and personal income reports: Expectations versus actuals and market impact. 0.33
    • Fed’s response to the slight rise in unemployment. 1.15
    • Personal income report highlights and lowlights. 2.06
    • Fedspeak update: Lockheart can’t rule out tapering in December. 3.10
    • The big news for the coming week: Janet Yellen senate confirmation hearing 4.14
    • Upcoming announcements: Industrial production posting on Friday. 5.30
    • Upcoming announcements: International Trade Report out Thursday. 6.24
    • Upcoming announcements: Empire State Survey on manufacturing out Thursday. 7.48
    • Econoday view: Strength expected in manufacturing through year-end. 8.30

     

     

     

     
  • TradingScreen 16:51 on November 5, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Video: Mark Rogers on the US Economy — Week of November 5, 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.

     
  • TradingScreen 16:20 on October 23, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Video: Mark Rogers on the US Economy — October 23, 2013 

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

    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.

    Key topics for this week:

    • Sluggish jobs raise hopes of delayed Fed taper
    • Job growth falls well below expectations
    • Unemployment slipped but for wrong reason
     
  • dzweifler 08:42 on August 20, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , jackson hole conference, , , quantitative easing   

    Video: Mark Rogers on the US Economy — Week of August 19, 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:

    • Fedspeak recap: Taper talk and whether good news is bad news 0.43
    • Impact of Thursday’s better-than-expected jobs report. 1.23
    • A look ahead on Wednesday’s FOMC Meeting 1.55
    • Predictions on Jackson Hole Conference on Thursday 3.05
    • What are the implications of Janet Yellen taking the lead at Jackson Hole? 5.50
    • What kind of a Fed chairman would Yellen be? 6.32
    • Could Yellen turn from dove to hawk as Fed chairman? 7.10
    • Other Fed chairman predictions. 7.30
    • Housing data: Predictions on existing home sales on Wednesday. 8.05
    • Wet weather in the East may have a big impact on home sale data… but don’t take it too seriously. 8.47
    • Soft housing starts dampened by wet weather as well. 10.45
    • Predictions on upcoming manufacturing data. 11.30
    • Would jobless claims staying steady or improving point to a tapering? 13.56
     
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