Just as inflation appeared to be coming under control in recent months, rising tensions in the Middle East have shaken this view and now represent the major risk to our economic and inflation outlooks.
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Banks and insurance companies would see a simplification of their tax reporting of credit losses under proposed regulations.
We expect the Fed to begin cutting rates in June, and that the central bank will reduce its policy rate four times this year, by 25 basis points each.
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The Federal Reserve shifted its bias on monetary policy away from tightening to a balance of risks that favors neither rate hikes nor cuts.
The overall index eased to 0.9% in the fourth quarter on a seasonally adjusted basis, down from 1.1% in the previous quarter.
The FOMC next week will almost certainly leave its policy rate unchanged between 5.25% and 5.5% and maintain the pace of quantitative tightening.
Inflation dynamics to close out last year strongly point to a near-term return to the Federal Reserve's 2% inflation target amid a solid labor market, strong spending and real income gains.
How companies are adapting hiring practices and workforce strategies, given the shrinking U.S. labor force, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Considerations for structuring compensation and benefit plans that help companies minimize the costs and risks of retiring workers.
As businesses increase the use of remote workforces, nexus and withholding determinations can greatly complicate state tax compliance.
The U.S. economy last year expanded by a robust, above-trend pace of 3.1% and a fourth quarter pace on a seasonally adjusted rate of 3.3%.
Filings for jobless benefits fell last week to the lowest level in 16 months, a testament for how resilient the labor market continues to be.
Central banks in developed economies have essentially ended their rate hike campaigns and are moving to shape expectations for synchronized rate cuts that should begin in the first half of 2024.
After nearly two years of raising the federal funds rate to restore price stability, the Federal Reserve has all but declared an end to that campaign.