2018 Economic Calendar
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"Manufacturing indications weaken; prices higher on tariffs"
"Inflation pivoting higher; oil and tariffs"
"When full employment is full employment"
"Full employment with no inflation?"
"Tariffs give manufacturing fast Q2 start, housing stumbles"
"Consumer subdued but not manufacturing"
"The unemployment lines are shrinking"
"Learning how to love an overshoot"
"Hide and seek and the missing consumer"
"A week of tariff talk and capacity stress"
"Looking for tariff effects in the latest inflation data"
"Job growth slows but still plenty of pressure and pace"
"Wage growth solid though Q1 looks soft"
"Factory sector accelerates, housing prices climb"
"Inflationary pressures hidden in the data"
"Labor surge and the elusive wage-inflation flashpoint"
"Tariffs and tax cuts, imports and inflation"
"Pressure evident but not all inflation data higher"
"Deficits and imports vs exports and inventories"
"Thoughts of inflation but are wages really improving?"
"Understated strength of a rising economy"
"A bumpy week in a strong economy"
"Economic strength that now includes core inflation"
"Labor capacity and an economy that doesn't stop"


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