Posts in the "Economic News" Category
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U.S. Inflation Looks Even More Tame If You Remove Housing Costs

U.S. central bankers eyeing services inflation as a key gauge of price pressures may find it pretty robust—until you take housing costs out of the equation. Services prices excludingRead more

Unemployment drops to 3.9% in April

Following 6 months of hovering at 4.1%, jobless numbers dropped to 3.9% in April, with unemployment for women at 3.5% and 3.7% for men. You can see the fullRead more

March 2018 housing starts up over 10.9% over 2017

Building permits are up 7.5% and housing completions are 1.9% above this time last year. You can download a PDF of the full monthly report from the US CensusRead more

March unemployment remains flat at 4.1%, little change across the board

Unemployment rate remained at a six-month constant of 4.1%. Labor force participation and part-time employment remained unchanged as well. To see the full report, click here.Read more

CIRE March-April 2018 Issue

Articles include topics such as investors focusing on secondary markets, Panama Canal disruption and how young CCIMs are changing the industry. Click here to view the issue in PDFRead more

January employment numbers flat at 4.1%, with trends up in some categories

Construction, food services and drinking places, healthcare, and manufacturing all continue to trend upward. To see the full report, click here.Read more

CRE Industry Reacts to Another Fed Rate Hike

In a widely anticipated move and amid a growing U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised interest rates to a range between 1.25 and 1.5 percent. The moveRead more

What is the impact of the the new tax legislation on individuals?

Price Waterhouse has released an overview of how selected provisions of the bill will impact individuals. Click here to download a PDF copy of the reportRead more

October see slight job gains in services, manufacturing and health care

Food services and drinking places saw a sharp upturn in employment, a continuation of the recovery from Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, and professional and business services, manufacturing and healthRead more

September declines blamed on hurricanes in the South

Unemployment dropped to 4.2% in September, but a sharp decline in food services and drinking places is being blamed on Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. To see the full report,Read more