that the U.S. economy is slowing down. I'm here with Bob Johnson --he is our director of economic analysis--to look at ..... if that's really the case. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : It's great to be here today. Glaser: Are these concerns
potential for TIPS bonds to suffer in a rising-rate environment is the key reason that Morningstar director of economic analysis Bob Johnson is worried about TIPS, even though he believes the market could be underestimating inflation. Given that not-unrealistic
prices, and the stage has been set for more volatility in the near term than we've seen overall the past several years. Bob Johnson , Morningstar's chief economist, believes that the market is spending way too much time on the "when" part of the rates
highs against the yen and emerging-markets currencies. Many experts, including Morningstar director of economic analysis Bob Johnson , believe the strong dollar isn't going away anytime soon. That means that investors who own unhedged foreign-bond funds
Bob Johnson : This week's chart of the week focuses on the aging population and what are the fastest-growing components of the economy
quarter, we still think the growth reflects a gradually improving economy. Morningstar's director of economic analysis, Robert Johnson , expects GDP growth to continue in the 2.5%-3.0% range, which in turn supports a better employment picture. It
Trade data, low rates abroad, and diverging growth patterns support a stronger dollar, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .
February's employment report showed surprising growth in the jobs market, but further acceleration in the months ahead is unlikely, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .
Note: Because Bob Johnson was traveling this week, we are ..... Our director of economic analysis, Bob Johnson , thinks that labor scarcity will ..... idea. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : It's great to be here today
potentially interesting economic data this week. I'm here with Bob Johnson --he is our director of economic analysis--for his take. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : Great to be here today. Glaser: Let's start with the Fed