to become worried about inflation. I'm here today with Bob Johnson --he's our director of economic analysis--to take a ..... is cause for concern. Bob, thanks for joining me today. Bob Johnson : Great to be here today. Glaser: So what is the current
Bob Johnson : This week's chart is on the U.S. savings rate--that is the money that consumers don't spend in a given month
the role of national managing partner of the Australian business for 10 years to 1994. CEO and managing director, Robert ( Bob ) Johnson has been in the role since August 2007. Mr Johnson has extensive experience in the property sector, having been involved
appeared to have headline numbers that were disappointing, but Bob Johnson , our director of economic analysis, thinks you need to take ..... data is actually pretty good. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : Great to be here today. Glaser: Let's start with that
environment, we spoke to several Morningstar experts. First up was Bob Johnson , our director of economic analysis. We asked him how the ..... far in 2014 and if it has led him to change his forecast. Bob Johnson : Starting the year, my forecast was 2%- 2.5% [for
signs the economy may be picking up steam? I am here today with Bob Johnson , our director of economic analysis, to take a closer look. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : It is great to be here today. Glaser: We got a few data points
Bob Johnson : This week's chart attempts to take a simple measure to focus on the working-age population, that is the people between 22
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.
toward the end of the quarter, driven by higher food and energy prices, though Morningstar director of economic analysis Bob Johnson doesn't expect for price levels to get out of control . On the mostly positive side, the manufacturing sector showed improvement
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 .