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Comerica Economic Weekly

U.S. economic data from late summer has been largely positive. However, global financial markets have exhibited a high degree of volatility and this creates the potential for an adverse feedback loop back to the U.S. economy. The global stock market … Continue reading

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Comerica Economic Weekly

Mid-summer data show that the U.S. economy is expanding at a moderate pace, driven by growth in the service sector, sufficient to keep overall job growth on track, and sufficient to keep the Federal Reserve on schedule for an interest … Continue reading

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Comerica Economic Weekly

It was a light week for U.S. data, and perhaps the closest we have come to the seasonal doldrums this summer. Financial markets are digesting Amazon’s Q2 earnings, international data and a weaker-than-expected report on U.S. new home sales for … Continue reading

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Comerica Economic Weekly

U.S. economic data from the middle of July are consistent with an acceleration in economic momentum through the second quarter. Global financial markets were calmer as Greece and the EU pulled back from the brink. There remains much work to … Continue reading

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Comerica Economic Weekly

It was a light week for U.S. economic data, but a busy week nonetheless as Greece, China, oil prices and the Fed generated numerous headlines. Greece and the European Union appear to be inching toward a deal that will allow … Continue reading

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July 2015, Comerica U.S. Economic Update

Greece is flirting with disaster. The referendum of July 5th, rejecting bailout terms, added no clarity to the path for Greece and the European Union. Last minute final final negotiations could not be more important for the citizens of Greece, … Continue reading

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Comerica Economic Weekly

At the halfway point in 2015 we see reasons to expect solid U.S. economic growth through the second half of the year. U.S. data at the end of the second quarter are encouraging. There is ample evidence of a pickup … Continue reading

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Comerica Economic Weekly

U.S. economic data from this week confirm that the household sector is strengthening, driving a GDP rebound for the about-to-be completed second quarter. Labor market conditions are improving, home sales are ramping up, auto sales are robust and the strong … Continue reading

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May Income/Spending, June UI Claims

Strong Spending Points to Q2 GDP Rebound U.S. Personal Income increased by 0.5 percent in May. After taxes and inflation it gained 0.2 percent. Nominal Consumer Spending increased by 0.9 percent in May driven by auto sales. Initial Claims for … Continue reading

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From the Desk of Robert Dye

This morning, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released their third estimate of first quarter 2015 real GDP growth. It now shows a -0.2 percent annual rate, revised up from the previous estimate of -0.7 percent. The initial estimate, released at … Continue reading

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