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Unemployment hits 53-year low in January 2023
CNBC reports that the January jobs report showed actual non-farm jobs increased by over 300,00 more than estimates. Click here to view the full report These reports are the same information available to economists and …read more
April ’23 snapshot of all non-farm employees
April 2023 saw an increase of over 155,000 jobs over March. Click here to view the full report These reports are the same information available to economists and decision makers who invest and advise Investment …read more
Personal savings as a percentage of disposable income rising
In February 2023, the personal saving rate in the United States amounted to 4.6 percent, up from 2.7 percent in June 2022. Click here to view the full report These reports are the same information …read more
Personal Consumption Expenditure s Price Index March 2023
March 2023 is up 4.2 percent over March 2022. Click here to view the full report These reports are the same information available to economists and decision makers who invest and advise Investment and Government …read more
Employment Cost Index Q1 2023
Compensation costs increased 1.2 percent for civilian workers, seasonally adjusted, from December 2022 to March 2023. Over the year, total compensation rose 4.8 percent, wages and salaries rose 5.0 percent, and benefit costs rose 4.5 …read more
US Banks with Texas ratio above 100% declined in Q4 2022IRR Viewpoint 2023
Alex Graf of Xylex Mangulabnan has authored an article about US Banks with Texas ratios* above 100% *S&P Global MarketIntelligence defines the adjusted Texas ratio as nonperforming assets plus loans 90 days or more past …read more
Ameriprise March Monthly Market Recap
February highlights and a look forward to the rest of the year. Click here to read the full report
IRR Viewpoint 2023
In this 30th annual edition they explore the major political and fiscal policies that will affect the economy and some of the key challenges facing the CRE marketplace. To read the report, click here.
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