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  1. Reasons to Be Optimistic About Consumer Spending

    Consumer savings rates are great leading indicators for future consumption, and the current savings rate has increased appreciably in the last few months.

  2. Economic Data Moving in the Right Direction

    Despite some weak headline numbers, this week's economic data show ongoing year-over-year improvement, but they still don't change Morningstar's Bob Johnson's GDP outlook.

  3. Finding Value in a Challenging Market Environment

    In this special one-hour presentation, Morningstar experts share their takes on how investors can navigate a world with slightly overvalued stocks, an uncertain interest-rate environment, and a slow-growing economy.

  4. Jobs Data Improving, but Won't Change GDP

    More small-business hires, a better mix of job openings, and the potential for wage growth--while positive trends--won't change Morningstar's Bob Johnson's GDP forecast.

  5. Look Past the Jobs Report Headline

    Morningstar's Bob Johnson says the wage-growth number could be the most important component for investors to focus on in Thursday's jobs report.

  6. Expect a Labor Shortage in the Coming Years

    A shrinking working-age population in the U.S. might be good for the employed but a drawback for corporations.

  7. Is 2% GDP Growth Possible in 2014?

    Given the dramatic downward revision in first-quarter GDP this week, it will be mathematically difficult to hit 2% growth for the full year, but more revisions may be coming, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  8. Why the Wealth Effect Hasn't Been Contagious

    Consumers' net worth has improved dramatically since the recession, but that doesn't mean everybody is feeling wealthier, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  9. GDP Shocker Means Many 2014 Growth Forecasts Will Be Coming Down (but Not Mine)

    A sharp downward revision to first-quarter GDP will have many economists reaching for their erasers, but I'm taking a wait-and-see approach, writes Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  10. Mixed Data Will Have Little Impact on Fed Taper

    As inflation, production, and housing statistics waffled this week, the Fed will maintain a long-term measured view and continue rolling up bond purchases.

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