Data Round-Up: Good March Jobs & PMI, But Not Good Enough for Yellen in April

posted by Michael Lewis on April 01, 2016

Found in US, categorized in Macro

Tags: FMI Miachael Lewis Yellen rate hike FOMC

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The April 1 data will not change Yellen’s apparent intention to pause rate hikes again at the late April meeting, but today's reports will certainly not shut up FOMC hawks.


FMI’s analyses of this morning’s March Employment, March PMI and February Construction reports.

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