Weekly Economic Commentary

LPL Research Weekly Economic Commentary

 

September 6, 2016 WEC – A September to Remember

August 29, 2016 WEC – Deficit? What Deficit?

August 22, 2016 WEC – Fiscal Policy – String Theory

August 15, 2016 WEC – Capex Conundrum

August 8, 2016 WEC – European Banks: Neither a Borrower Nor Lender Be

August 1, 2016 WEC – See You In September?

July 25, 2016 WEC – Following the Leaders

July 18, 2016 WEC – Midyear Outlook 2016: Believing in the Potential of the U.S. Economy

July 5, 2016 WEC – What’s Next for the U.K. and Europe?

June 27, 2016 WEC – Brexit Breakdown

June 20, 2016 WEC – Trading Places: the Brexit, the U.K., and the EU

June 13, 2016 WEC – FOMC FAQs: All About the Dot Plots

June 6, 2016 WEC – Beige Book: Window on Main Street

May 31, 2016 WEC – GDP Gap

May 23, 2016 WEC – Can China’s Cracks Be Repaired?

May 16, 2016 WEC – Building Blocks

May 9, 2016 WEC – Yet Another Disconnect

May 2, 2016 WEC – Consumer Check-In

April 25, 2016 WEC – FOMC FAQs: When Doves Cry?

April 18, 2016 WEC – Following the Money in EM Currency Markets

April 11, 2016 WEC – Gauging Global Growth: An Update for 2016 & 2017

April 4, 2016 WEC – Checking In on Trade

March 28, 2016 WEC – March Employment Report Preview

March 21, 2016 WEC – The Fed’s Spring Surprise

March 14, 2016 WEC – FOMC FAQs: All About the Dots

March 7, 2016 WEC – Beige Book: Window on Main Street

February 29, 2016 WEC – Too Soon for March Madness?

February 22, 2016 WEC – From Headwind to Tailwind?

February 16, 2016 WEC – Politics, Economics, and the Brexit

February 8, 2016 WEC – What Do Claims Claim?

February 1, 2016 WEC – Ground Hog Day?

January 25, 2016 WEC – FOMC FAQs: Making a Statement

January 19, 2016 WEC – Beige Book: Window on Main Street

January 12, 2016 WEC – China: A Rocky Start to a New (Old) Year

January 4, 2016 WEC – Capex Conundrum

 

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