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Markets & Economy » The U.S. Consumer: A Potential Bright Spot

October 12, 2016 | Market Commentary

In the years following the global financial crisis, the American consumer was faced with a particularly challenging economic environment. The unemployment rate climbed from just under 4.5% in 2007 to 10% only two years later as millions of workers suddenly found themselves out of a job. The …

Markets & Economy » Hillary, Donald, and Investing

September 26, 2016 | Market Commentary

The U.S. presidential election is now full steam ahead, with the first debate between the Democratic and Republican candidates happening tonight. The campaign still plays itself out across traditional media such as print and television, but increasingly the narrative of the election is being …

Markets & Economy » Monthly Market Update - August

August 04, 2016 | Market Commentary

Markets rose in July as concerns regarding the Brexit eased. Research Communication Strategist Tom Patterson shares Manning & Napier's economic outlook for Europe and the United States, highlighting crude oil prices and the Brexit, in the latest Monthly Market Update video.

Library » June 2016 Perspective

June 03, 2016 | Market Commentary

There continues to be mixed economic data coming out of the U.S. For example, while manufacturing survey data remain soft and the jobs report released at the beginning of May came in below consensus forecasts, retail sales have been relatively strong and the growth in new home sales has been …

Library » May 2016 Perspective

May 05, 2016 | Market Commentary

The advance estimate of first quarter 2016 real GDP came in at a 0.5% seasonally-adjusted annual rate. A decline in business spending was the primary drag on the economy, as nonresidential fixed investment detracted from the overall growth rate.

Library » March 2016 Perspective

March 07, 2016 | Market Commentary

A revised estimate of real gross domestic product (GDP) showed the economy expanded at a 1.0% annualized rate in the fourth quarter, up from an initial estimate of 0.7% growth. A change to inventories accounted for nearly all of the upward revision.


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