Last quote by Daniel Silver
While appreciation has remained strong lately, we look for some moderation in price increases over time along with some broader cooling in the housing data.
Feb 23 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Daniel Silver is associated, including April and January. Most recently, Daniel Silver has been quoted saying: “The actual impact, while still ambiguous, will likely be more modest, and we estimate that it will reduce job gains by about 20,000 per month.” in the article U.S. job growth seen accelerating in January, wages strong. An other article where Daniel Silver has been quoted is U.S. economic outlook brightens on upbeat job, inventory data.
Quotes by Daniel Silver
Feb 03 2017
The actual impact, while still ambiguous, will likely be more modest, and we estimate that it will reduce job gains by about 20,000 per month.
Jun 09 2016
While the stronger inventory data should boost growth in the first and second quarters relative to what we previously had been expecting, it also should be more of a headwind for growth in the future.
May 12 2016
I think that to map the quarterly earnings reports into a monthly retail sales report is pretty hard to do. It's not a good sign but it doesn't change our view on tomorrow's report. We're not seeing any indication that in April there was a big drop-off in spending.
May 12 2016
The claims data had been looking very favorable in the middle of April, but have increased significantly over the most recent three weeks. And this does suggest that the labor market has deteriorated lately.
Apr 15 2016
It is likely the inventory correction and stronger dollar continued to weigh on the output data for the first quarter, and we remain hopeful that the worst of the drags from these factors have passed and that activity will pick up shortly.
Mar 28 2016
While the data from January and February may overstate any underlying firming, we do think that the trend in core inflation is picking up.
Mar 03 2016
Through some of the ups and downs in the weekly series, it looks like the trend in initial claims has improved over the past month, signaling that the labor market continues to improve despite weakness in several other recent economic reports.
Feb 09 2016
The combination of more job openings and more people quitting could result in pay increases, and we have seen a few other signs that wages have increased as the labor market has tightened.
Jan 12 2016
The JOLTS report is consistent with our view that the labor market will continue to improve, but that we will see some moderation in job growth.