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  • FOMC statement

    posted to Dollars and Jens on Wed 18th Sep 13

    Note that Bernanke is giving a press conference at 2:30 (Eastern Time) today.The FOMC statement, as revised:Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in June July suggests that economic activity expanded at a modest pace during the first

  • Fed statement

    posted to Dollars and Jens on Wed 31st Jul 13

    The FOMC statement, as revised:Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in May June suggests that economic activity has been expanding at a moderate pace expanded at a modest pace during the first half of the year. Labor market conditions

  • GDP

    posted to Dollars and Jens on Wed 26th Jun 13

    Spending on services and investment were revised down a lot from last month's guesses.II 09III 09IV 09I 10II 10III 10IV 10I 11II 11III 11IV 11I 12II 12III 12IV 12I 13Gross domestic product-.31.44.02.32.22.62.4.12.51.34.12.01.33.1.41.8Services-.75-.18.09.541.05.881.06.95.92.85.16.61.99.26.27.80Nondurable

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  • productivity, growth, employment, and Okun gaps

    posted to Dollars and Jens on Mon 15th Mar 10

    On some level, I think it is common sense that the path to wealth is to have people able to produce things as efficiently as possible. At least in the long run, I think a full and detailed understanding gives the same result. Most people seem to be stuck on

  • FOMC statement

    posted to Dollars and Jens on Wed 18th Sep 13

    Note that Bernanke is giving a press conference at 2:30 (Eastern Time) today.The FOMC statement, as revised:Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in June July suggests that economic activity expanded at a modest pace during the first

  • Fed statement

    posted to Dollars and Jens on Wed 31st Jul 13

    The FOMC statement, as revised:Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in May June suggests that economic activity has been expanding at a moderate pace expanded at a modest pace during the first half of the year. Labor market conditions

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  • Malthusian traps -- jobs

    posted to Dean's dough on Mon 17th May 10

    Jobs are in a Malthusian trap. Well, not so much right now, but over the long-term, if you want to predict how many jobs the economy will create in the next two decades, I'd steer you to a demographic model. How many more people will want to be in the work