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"On the inflation front, the Fed got a little more breathing room in that the year-over-year change in the core PCE price index fell from 1.9 percent to 1.8 percent." Cary Leahey
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"The first quarter is off to a very strong start. This will dominate some of the disappointing numbers we got earlier this week, at least in terms of forecasting GDP. On the inflation front, the Fed got a little more breathing room." Cary Leahey
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"I wouldn't make a lot out of those figures." Cary Leahey
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"But ... the trend in unit labor costs is still declining and I would argue that the market and the Fed will say that this is a one-time surge." Cary Leahey
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"The bond market is treating the drop in the unemployment rate and the increase in hourly earnings as two reasons why the Fed will have to hike rates." Cary Leahey
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"There isn't much excitement in the July factory orders numbers. July is payback for a pretty good June and May but any way you slice it, your third-quarter capital spending slowed down quite a bit from previous quarters." Cary Leahey
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"It's hard to say whether a company like Home Depot would be better off with a falling unemployment rate and rising interest rates or vice versa," Cary Leahey
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"Bond prices rose because the market was excited at the idea that the number of further rate hikes needed would not necessarily be large. The market is thinking that the Fed has two more rate hikes to go." Cary Leahey
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"It's hard to say whether a company like Home Depot would be better off with a falling unemployment rate and rising interest rates or vice versa." Cary Leahey
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"It's a dismal report. Unnerving. Is this the beginning of a one-two-three punch?" Cary Leahey
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"The report is probably a shade on the weak side and it increases the chance that the Fed is more likely to stop raising rates at 4.75 percent at the middle of the year, rather than going higher." Cary Leahey
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"You got a favorable surprise on the CPI. We had the first decline in the core rate in 21 years. It just reminds the Fed, which said last week that the risks of inflation and deflation were almost equally balanced, that you still have some very residual deflation risk. And it ... supports the notion that the Fed might not have to raise interest rates at all next year." Cary Leahey
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"The problem in this report for the bond market is the big increase in hourly earnings and the decline in the unemployment rate." Cary Leahey
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"This is fairly strong stuff from the Fed. They are worried about the size of Treasury deficits and how that contributes to higher rates down the road." Cary Leahey
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"But I would not treat it as a sign that consumer spending is falling apart and that we will have a weak first half of the year." Cary Leahey
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"Economists have to worry that if consumer sentiment remains depressed, spending could follow that down and you could have a much weaker outcome (in terms of economic growth." Cary Leahey
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"If your period of turbulence is less than two or three months, ... then we can probably avoid a downturn." Cary Leahey
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"The first quarter is off to a very strong start. This will dominate some of the disappointing numbers we got earlier this week at least in terms of forecasting GDP. It's hard not to have a GDP forecast now that's not around 5 percent or higher." Cary Leahey
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"It's certainly an impressive number, it's the lowest since early 2001." Cary Leahey
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"The bond market took this report as a sign that core inflation may be bottoming and the Fed may still be in the tightening business later this year," Cary Leahey
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"The bond market took this report as a sign that core inflation may be bottoming and the Fed may still be in the tightening business later this year." Cary Leahey
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