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Given the recent dramatic spike in media coverage of our economic headwinds and recession readiness over the past week, we decided to take ..read more
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Source: WSJ Just back from ranting about this on CNBC so I’ll quickly share some thoughts on the news that the Chinese yuan broke 7 ..read more
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Payrolls rose 164,000 last month and the unemployment rate held steady at 3.7 percent. Wage growth accelerated very slightly–3.1% in ..read more
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Twitter econ asked for my historical ECI series, so here you go. See tab “finaltbl.” For columns B and C–pvt industry–I do a small ..read more
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I got lots of interesting feedback on a piece I wrote for Vox about long-held but empirically wrong assumptions in some key areas of ..read more
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One sure way to tell in someone is making a biased argument is showing up in various statements by those who oppose the proposal to raise ..read more
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It’s long been understood by anyone trying to assess the labor market that the unemployment rate is, by itself, not up to the task. Most ..read more
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When someone seeking confirmation to high office has a paper trail fraught with positions antithetical to their confirmation, their theme ..read more
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[written with Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics] This is a post about one-quarter of one percent. That’s the amount by ..read more
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Raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2025 would lift the pay of 27.3 million workers—17 percent of the workforce— ..read more

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