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Economic Buzz: Eurozone Trade Surplus Decreases In May
16-Jul-2018 (16:00)
Commodities Buzz: China Aluminium Output Rises in June 2018
16-Jul-2018 (15:29)
Copper Under Stress After Barrage Of Chinese Economic Data
16-Jul-2018 (15:19)
Market Speaks: US Economic Activity Increased At Solid Pace In H1 Says Fed In Briefing To Congress
16-Jul-2018 (15:11)

The US Fed submitted its Monetary Policy Report to the Congress on July 13, 2018. Fed noted that the US economic activity increased at a solid pace over the first half of 2018, and the labor market has continued to strengthen. Inflation has moved up, and in May, the most recent period for which data are available, inflation measured on a 12-month basis was a little above the Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) longer-run objective of 2%, boosted by a sizable increase in energy prices. In this economic environment, the Committee judged that current and prospective economic conditions called for a further gradual removal of monetary policy accommodation. In line with that judgment, the FOMC raised the target for the federal funds rate twice in the first half of 2018, bringing it to a range of 1-3/4 to 2%.

The labor market has continued to strengthen. Over the first six months of 2018, payrolls increased an average of 215,000 per month, which is somewhat above the average pace of 180,000 per month in 2017 and is considerably faster than what is needed, on average, to provide jobs for new entrants into the labor force. The unemployment rate edged down from 4.1% in December to 4% in June, which is about 1/2 percentage point below the median of FOMC participants' estimates of its longer-run normal level. Other measures of labor utilization were consistent with a tight labor market. However, hourly labor compensation growth has been moderate, likely held down in part by the weak pace of productivity growth in recent years.

Consumer price inflation, as measured by the 12-month percentage change in the price index for personal consumption expenditures, moved up from a little below the FOMC's objective of 2% at the end of last year to 2.3% in May, boosted by a sizable increase in consumer energy prices. The 12-month measure of inflation that excludes food and energy items (so-called core inflation), which historically has been a better indicator of where overall inflation will be in the future than the total figure, was 2 percent in May. This reading was 1/2 percentage point above where it had been 12 months earlier, as the unusually low readings from last year were not repeated. Measures of longer-run inflation expectations have been generally stable.

Real gross domestic product (GDP) is reported to have increased at an annual rate of 2% in the first quarter of 2018, and recent indicators suggest that economic growth stepped up in the second quarter. Gains in consumer spending slowed early in the year, but they rebounded in the spring, supported by strong job gains, recent and past increases in household wealth, favorable consumer sentiment, and higher disposable income due in part to the implementation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Business investment growth has remained robust, and indexes of business sentiment have been strong. Foreign economic growth has remained solid, and net exports had a roughly neutral effect on real US GDP growth in the first quarter.

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Commodities Buzz: Gold Speculative Longs Increase Slightly
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Commodities Buzz: Modest Decrease In Crude Oil Speculative Longs
16-Jul-2018 (12:54)
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