Joel Naroff

Jan 18, 2018
It has been a tough winter and the weather may have been a major factor in the construction slowdown.

Jan 17, 2018
With energy prices continuing to increase, I expect that the energy industry will help lead the way again this year. However, the vehicle sector, which was largely stagnant in 2017, may see both lower sales and output.

Jan 12, 2018
The soaring cost of energy is not likely to end soon and that will further restrain household purchasing power.

Jan 11, 2018
Falling food and trade costs are helping keep producer expenses under control.

Jan 9, 2018
Despite a modest decline in optimism, small business owners remain exuberant and that should lead to greater job growth, if they can find the workers.

Jan 5, 2018
Firms are already laying few people off so they may have to find ways to keep people from retiring or quitting. That can only be done by making it worth the workers’ while to stay on. In other words, by paying up.

Jan 4, 2018
Investors have been looking past interest rate moves. They didn’t expect the three we got last year but passed them off as irrelevant. If we get another three or four this year, will they continue to be so bullish?

Jan 3, 2018
The economy carried a lot of momentum into 2018 and that growth will be boosted by the tax cuts.”

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