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  I I RETAIL SALES MAY 2019 I Research Brief Steady Retail Sales Momentum Drives Retailer Innovation I Healthy labor market keeps consumption on solid footing. Retail spending increased steadily in April, rising 3.2 percent on an annual basis and extending a trend of stabilized consumption. The tight job market continues to fuel the retail […]
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  I I EMPLOYMENT MAY 2019 I Research Brief Unemployment Falls to Record Low; Job Gains Sustain Apartment Demand I Improved employment growth supporting historically low joblessness. Employers added 236,000 positions in April, bringing the year’s total job creation to 820,000, which is on par with previous years in this cycle. Expanded hiring activity compared […]
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  I I RETAIL SALES APRIL 2019 I Research Brief Increasingly Sophisticated Retailers Deploy Range of Growth Strategies I Retail sales show more consistency as year progresses. Softened consumer confidence in March had little impact on spending as core retail sales advanced 3.6 percent year over year. A second consecutive month of moderated yet steady […]
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  I I EMPLOYMENT APRIL 2019 I Research Brief Labor Deficit Boosts Wages; Invigorates Hiring in Tertiary Markets I Job growth rebounds in March; pace of hiring moderating. Removed from the disrupting effects of the partial government shutdown and winter storms, U.S. employers created a combined 196,000 jobs last month, well above the 33,000 personnel […]
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  EMPLOYMENT APRIL 2019 Labor Deficit Boosts Wages; Invigorates Hiring in Tertiary Markets . Job growth rebounds in March; pace of hiring moderating. Removed from the disrupting effects of the partial government shutdown and winter storms, U.S. employers created a combined 196,000 jobs last month, well above the 33,000 personnel who were added to payrolls […]
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  RETAIL SALES APRIL 2019 Retail Powerhouses Maintain Dominance Despite Tempered Consumption Retail spending slows amid economic concerns. A moderating economy became more evident in February as core retail sales advanced 2.9 percent annually, following a revised gain of 4.3 percent one month earlier. Unresolved trade tensions as well as a weakening international economy continue […]
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  FEDERAL RESERVE MARCH 2019 Fed Signals End of Tightening Cycle; Interest Rates Reignite Opportunities Interest rates fall as Fed shifts policy outlook. At its latest meeting, the Federal Reserve signaled an end to rate hikes this year, while reserving the potential for one increase in 2020. The Fed also announced its intention to end […]
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  RETAIL SALES MARCH 2019 Retail Sales Back on Track as Discretionary Spending Remains Strong Retail sales bounce back after December lull. Following a lackluster end to 2018, core retail sales rebounded in January, climbing 3.7 percent on an annual basis. At the same time, average hourly earnings are rising, posting 3.4 percent yearly growth […]
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  Employment MARCH 2019 Low Unemployment Fuels Housing Demand, Favors Apartments Tight labor market curbs job creation. The U.S. economy added 20,000 jobs in February, the lowest monthly total since September 2017. While the partial government shutdown and winter storms contributed to last month’s meager showing, the pace of hiring should recover in March. Still, […]
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  EMPLOYMENT JANUARY 2019 2018 Job Growth Closes on a High Note, Tight Unemployment to Restrain Hiring Aggressive recruiting accelerates employment growth in 2018, raising housing demand and consumer spending. The economy added 312,000 positions in December for an annual total of 2.6 million new roles, outperforming both 2016 and 2017. Unemployment fell to a […]
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