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Local Market Monitor Founder Ingo Winzer Wins Prestigious Pulsenomics Crystal Ball Award, For 3rd Consecutive Year

2020-08-07T17:51:35+00:00

Winzer Recognized for Outstanding Performance and Outstanding Consistency Cary, N.C. April 6, 2020 – Local Market Monitor, the premier provider of national real estate economic analysis and forecastin [...]

Local Market Monitor Founder Ingo Winzer Wins Prestigious Pulsenomics Crystal Ball Award, For 3rd Consecutive Year2020-08-07T17:51:35+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T19:40:29+00:00

December 26, 2019 The US economy is more and more concentrated in a very few very large urban centers, and not just because of the tech boom. Despite the fact that the internet now allows individuals [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T19:40:29+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T19:39:50+00:00

October 24, 2019 The number of jobs in September was up 1.4 percent from last year, a repeat of August and a confirmation that the August data weren't an outlier. It's now most likely that we'll see [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T19:39:50+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T20:30:02+00:00

September 20, 2018 I've been harping about consumer debt for a while now because I think it will cause the next recession. It won't trigger it, that will be some unrelated event, but all of a sudden [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T20:30:02+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T19:44:53+00:00

September 10, 2019 The number of jobs in August was up just 1.4 percent from last year, the smallest increase in the last two years, and down significantly from the 2 percent rate of January. Any fur [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T19:44:53+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T20:04:02+00:00

August 15, 2019 The data on Gross Domestic Product for the second quarter are as unenlightening as always. The 2.1 percent annualized growth over the first quarter was a combination of heavy consumer [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T20:04:02+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T20:18:12+00:00

July 23, 2019Month-to-month changes in economic statistics usually tell us nothing about where the economy is headed, there's too much variability. But a six month comparison might be enlightening at [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T20:18:12+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T20:16:43+00:00

June 27, 2019 The rate of job growth was lower in May, a 1.5 percent annual rate, not yet a cause for concern but we'll watch closely to see what the data look like next month. The economy has been cr [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T20:16:43+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T20:40:13+00:00

May 16, 2018 Like most people, I'm most confident talking about an economy that produces physical things like airplanes or soybeans or TV shows, or even data. I'm less sure when it comes to financial [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T20:40:13+00:00

National Economic Outlook

2020-03-03T20:19:36+00:00

May 13, 2019 Measured by Gross Domestic Product, the economy grew at a 3.3 percent annual rate in the first quarter, after growing at a 2.2 percent rate in the fourth quarter of 2018. If you do away [...]

National Economic Outlook2020-03-03T20:19:36+00:00
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