US job growth

Fed monetary policy

The Fed Cowers From A Phantom

With wages rising at well under 3%, any productivity improvements greater than 1% will mean wages are not helping the Federal Reserve hit its putative 2% inflation target.

The Fed is tightening its noose on the U.S. economy

US: The Entrepreneurs Of Tomorrow

BoAML | With an abundance of stories about how things can go wrong for the US economy, we are often asked to lay out a scenario in which the data surprise to the upside. In our view, the burden rests on the labor market. If there is an increase in demand for labor, which is met by a gain in supply, we could settle on a stronger trend in job growth.