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  1. Europe Showing Signs of Life

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    Thu, 16 Apr 2015

    But is that growth starting to balance out? I'm here with Bob Johnson , our director of economic analysis, for his look at the data. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : Great to be here today. Glaser: So, let's start in Europe

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    China. But is that growth starting to balance out? I'm here with Bob Johnson , our director of economic analysis, for his look at the data. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : Great to be here today. Glaser: So, let's start in Europe. They've been very aggressive, at least recently, in terms of quantitative-easing
  2. Inflation Watchers: Keep an Eye on Commodities

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    Mon, 13 Apr 2015

    Bob Johnson : There are four key drivers to inflation: monetary policy, fiscal policy, the output gap, and commodities. This week's

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    Bob Johnson : There are four key drivers to inflation: monetary policy, fiscal policy, the output gap, and commodities. This week's chart focuses on those
  3. Job Prospects Pick Up for (Some) College Grads

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    Sat, 11 Apr 2015

    get you a job and get you the money as well. Zoll: Some economists--including our own director of economic analysis, Bob Johnson --are forecasting a labor scarcity in the coming years, where employers may have trouble filling certain positions. What

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    money as well. Zoll: Some economists--including our own director of economic analysis, Bob Johnson --are forecasting a labor scarcity in the coming years, where employers may have trouble filling certain positions. What does this mean for the
  4. Call Off the Economic Pity Party

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    Fri, 10 Apr 2015

    wondering if the economy is still on track. I'm here with Bob Johnson --he is our director of economic analysis--to look at ..... data that we saw this week. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : It's great to be here today. Glaser: Let's start with

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    are wondering if the economy is still on track. I'm here with Bob Johnson --he is our director of economic analysis--to look at some of the data that we saw this week. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : It's great to be here today. Glaser: Let's start with jobs again. We got the JOLTS report, which is on job openings
  5. Getting a Read on Today's Economy

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    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

    Thank you. Stipp: And, of course, Bob Johnson is director of economic analysis with ..... Morningstar. Bob, nice to see you again. Bob Johnson : Great to be here today. Stipp: So ..... Carl Tannenbaum, Susan Schmidt, Bob Johnson , thanks so much for joining me today

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    for being here. Susan J. Schmidt: Thank you. Stipp: And, of course, Bob Johnson is director of economic analysis with Morningstar. Bob, nice to see you again. Bob Johnson : Great to be here today. Stipp: So, several things to talk about today. Up first, of course, is the Fed. I thought
  6. Johnson: Long-Term Jobs Picture Intact

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    Fri, 3 Apr 2015

    March's disappointing jobs data was not shocking given slowing GDP growth, but the economy and employment market should pick up some steam in the coming months, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson .

  7. Current Job Growth Could Be Hard to Sustain

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    Thu, 2 Apr 2015

    Glaser. We're awaiting Friday's jobs report. I'm here with Bob Johnson --he is our director of economic analysis--for his preview. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : It's great to be here today. Glaser: So, for the last

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    Morningstar, I'm Jeremy Glaser. We're awaiting Friday's jobs report. I'm here with Bob Johnson --he is our director of economic analysis--for his preview. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : It's great to be here today. Glaser: So, for the last couple of months, you've actually predicted that analysts might be a
  8. Corporate Profits Are Peaking

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    Mon, 30 Mar 2015

    Bob Johnson : This week's chart compares corporate profits with overall economic activity. The number has been highly volatile, ranging

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    Bob Johnson :  This week's chart compares corporate profits with overall economic activity. The number has been highly volatile, ranging from about 3% to as
  9. Johnson: Slow-and-Steady Economy Continues in 2015

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    Thu, 26 Mar 2015

    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

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    get worried that the U.S. economy is slowing down. I'm here with Bob Johnson --he is our director of economic analysis--to look at some of the numbers and see if that's really the case. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson : It's great to be here today. Glaser: Are these concerns, including from the Fed, well founded? Are there signs that the U.S.
  10. Aging Population Will Put the Brakes on Spending

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    Mon, 16 Mar 2015

    Bob Johnson : This week's chart of the week focuses on the aging population and what are the fastest-growing components of the economy

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    Bob Johnson : This week's chart of the week focuses on the aging population and what are the fastest-growing components of the economy--which, in turn,
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