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Trump Economy - Sales are up for companies, and so are wages

 

Sales and profits picked up for companies at the end of last year, and more say they’re paying their workers higher wages and salaries in the latest signs that the U.S. economy is improving.

 

The encouraging signals come from the latest survey the National Association for Business Economics did of more than 100 members at companies and industry groups. The survey by the NABE, a professional association for business economists, academics and others who use economics in the workplace, was released Monday.

 

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22 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

Trump Economy - Sales are up for companies, and so are wages

 

Sales and profits picked up for companies at the end of last year, and more say they’re paying their workers higher wages and salaries in the latest signs that the U.S. economy is improving.

 

The encouraging signals come from the latest survey the National Association for Business Economics did of more than 100 members at companies and industry groups. The survey by the NABE, a professional association for business economists, academics and others who use economics in the workplace, was released Monday.

 

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DEMOCRATS ARENT GOING TO LIKE THIS

 

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2 hours ago, Blue Devil said:

Trump Economy - Sales are up for companies, and so are wages

 

WE TOLD YOU, $O!!!!

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March 10, 2017

 

"President Trump* has inherited an economy that set a record Friday with 77 consecutive months of job growth, or, as he put it, a mess.”

 

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The bad news for Trump is that there isnt much he can do to speed this up.

 

Infrastructure spending would certainly help, but that's reportedly been pushed off for at least a year, and, given Republican priorities, might not happen at all. Tax cuts for the rich, meanwhile, don’t have much bang for the buck, stimulative-wise.

 

Other than that, it’s not an exaggeration to say that the extent of his economic policymaking has been taking credit for business decisions that companies had already made, in some cases years ago. That might get a lot of retweets, but it wont create any jobs.

 

The good news for Trump, though, is that there isnt much he can do to slow this down, either. The economy has its own momentum, and it’s hard to see what could knock it off.

 

All Trump has to do is nothing....which even an administration as dysfunctional as his might be able to do."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2017/03/10/the-obama-recovery-is-about-to-make-trump-look-good/?utm_term=.1a34a424387b

 

 

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Trump Economy - Sales are up for companies, and so are wages

 

Sales and profits picked up for companies at the end of last year, and more say they’re paying their workers higher wages and salaries in the latest signs that the U.S. economy is improving.

 

The encouraging signals come from the latest survey the National Association for Business Economics did of more than 100 members at companies and industry groups. The survey by the NABE, a professional association for business economists, academics and others who use economics in the workplace, was released Monday.

 

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Trump Economy - Sales are up for companies, and so are wages

 

Sales and profits picked up for companies at the end of last year, and more say they’re paying their workers higher wages and salaries in the latest signs that the U.S. economy is improving.

 

The encouraging signals come from the latest survey the National Association for Business Economics did of more than 100 members at companies and industry groups. The survey by the NABE, a professional association for business economists, academics and others who use economics in the workplace, was released Monday.

 

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On 1/29/2018 at 9:57 AM, Blue Devil said:

Trump Economy - Sales are up for companies, and so are wages

 

Sales and profits picked up for companies at the end of last year, and more say they’re paying their workers higher wages and salaries in the latest signs that the U.S. economy is improving.

 

The encouraging signals come from the latest survey the National Association for Business Economics did of more than 100 members at companies and industry groups. The survey by the NABE, a professional association for business economists, academics and others who use economics in the workplace, was released Monday.

 

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8 hours ago, neue regel said:

I can understand you frustration, trying to resurrect the legacy of someone who couldn’t move the economy needle, instead giving us a “new normal.”

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Which big-words were giving you the most trouble??

 

 
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"Since the recession ended four years ago, the federal budget deficit has topped $1 trillion every year. But now the government's annual deficit is shrinking far faster than anyone in Washington expected, and perhaps even faster than many economists think is advisable for the health of the economy.

That is the thrust of a new report released Tuesday by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, estimating that the deficit for this fiscal year, which ends on Sept. 30, will fall to about $642 billion, or 4 percent of the nation's annual economic output, about $200 billion lower than the agency estimated just three months ago.

The agency forecast that the deficit, which topped 10 percent of gross domestic product in 2009, could shrink to as little as 2.1 percent of gross domestic product by 2015a level that most analysts say would be easily sustainable over the long run — before beginning to climb gradually through the rest of the decade.

"Revenues have been strong as the economy has outperformed a bit," said Joel Prakken, a founder of Macroeconomic Advisers, a forecasting firm based in St. Louis.

Over all, the figures demonstrate how the economic recovery has begun to refill the government's coffers. At the same time, Washington, despite its political paralysis, has proved remarkably successful at slashing the deficit through a variety of tax increases and cuts in domestic and military programs."

 

 

 

 

 
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"Americans felt better about their economic and financial prospects in early May as consumer sentiment rose to the highest level in nearly six years, an encouraging sign after other recent data had suggested broader U.S. growth is cooling.

A gauge of future economic activity released on Friday also suggested the expected slowdown will be temporary, with the index rising in April to a near five-year high.


Economists expect growth will likely slow in the second quarter from the 2.5 percent pace at the beginning of the year as tighter fiscal policy starts to bite. But recent stronger than expected improvement in several areas, including the labor market and retail sales, has suggested the recovery remains resilient.

"We're still definitely on the recovery path. We expect that this is going to be a very long and gradual recovery," said Scott Brown, chief economist at Raymond James in St. Petersburg, Florida."


 

 

 

 
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"Fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, and consumer confidence approached a five-year high as the biggest part of the economy benefits from improving job and housing markets.

Falling dismissals, rising home values and record stock prices are giving households the confidence to sustain spending, helping the economy weather federal budget cuts that are projected to curb the expansion. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke yesterday signaled policy makers will not reduce record stimulus until gains in employment are sustained.

Higher confidence, higher home prices and the improvement in the labor market bode well for the economic outlook in the second half of the year,” said Christopher Rupkey, chief financial economist at the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. in New York, who correctly forecast the decrease in jobless claims. “There’s no sign of a summer swoon in today’s data and that’s making us a little more confident.”

Other reports today showed sales of new houses climbed more than forecast in April and prices of previously owned properties jumped in March by the most on record."

 

 

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It's called.....

MOMENTUM!!!!

 

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Free Money and Ten Trillion Dollar Taxpayer Debt

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Economists AGREE... Donald Trump, an NOT Obama, gets CREDIT for the BOOMING Economy... Trump's regulation reform, Tax Reform, and America FIRST message are all contributors !!

 

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A majority of Economists said: 

 

"the president had been “somewhat” or “strongly” positive for job creation, gross domestic product growth and the rising stock market. The pros cite the White House’s push for lighter regulation and the recent tax bill as critical to a pro-growth environment; more than 90 percent of the group thought the tax bill would boost GDP expansion over the next two years."

 

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