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The Oriental Economist Report - March 2017

Topics covered in the March 2017 issue of the Oriental Economist Report include Corporate “elephants” and start-ups - “Open Innovation”; Conditions, Not Culture - Declining US start-ups C, Behind-the-scenes maneuvers - Success at the summit; Beyond short-term summit success - An inch ahead is darkness; Economy Watch on Japan and Small Talk

Data Round-Up: Special Factors Boosted January Imports, Exports Firm

FMI’s analysis of today’s January International Trade report.

Preview of Data Releases: March 6-10

FMI’s Preview of this week’s notable data releases

Data Round-Up: NMI Very Upbeat; FOMC Leaning toward March Rate Hike

FMI’s analysis of today’s February Non-Manufacturing Index.

FMI March 2017 Economic and Investment Outlook - Yes, The Fed Does Mean It This Time

FMI's complete March 2017 Economic & Investment Outlook.

Data Round-Up: February Vehicle Sales Stable But Production to Dip Near-Term

FMI’s reviews of February Vehicle Sales and the latest Weekly UI Claims & Rail Traffic results.

Data Round-Up: Solid PMI et al Push Up Odds of Fed Rate Hike

FMI’s analyses of this morning’s February PMI, January Construction, and January Personal Income reports, as well as a Summary of data released in February and a Schedule of major data releases in March.

Data Round-Up: Regional Surveys et al Improve in Early 2017

FMI’s analyses of today’s February Chicago PMI and other regional surveys, January Advance Indicators (Goods-Trade, Retail & Wholesale Inventories), Second Report of 16Q4 GDP, December S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index, and the Conference Board’s February Consumer Confidence Index.

Data Round-Up: Equipment Sector on Track for Second Straight Moderate Gain in 17Q1

FMI’s analysis of today’s January Durable Goods Orders report and our Preview of the rest of this week’s notable data releases.

Preview of Data Releases: February 27-March 3

FMI’s preview of the rest of this week’s notable data releases.

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