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Matching Posts For: ProductivityMatches: 62
 
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7/25/2017 Productivity = Profits
5/16/2017 There is NO Great Stagnation
5/4/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.7 Billion in March
4/10/2017 This Recovery Isn’t Boom or Bust
3/13/2017 Robots Create Jobs, Don't Steal Them
3/8/2017 Nonfarm Productivity was Unrevised at a 1.3% Annual Rate in the Fourth Quarter
2/2/2017 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 1.3% Annual Rate in the Fourth Quarter
12/6/2016 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 3.1% Annual Rate in the Third Quarter
11/3/2016 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 3.1% Annual Rate in the Third Quarter
10/17/2016 Does Growth Kill or Is There No Growth?
10/4/2016 Austan Goolsbee is Wrong
10/3/2016 Cut Spending to Grow Economy
9/1/2016 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 0.6% Annual Rate in the Second Quarter
8/9/2016 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 0.5% Annual Rate in the Second Quarter
6/20/2016 Policy Stagnation
6/7/2016 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 0.6% Annual Rate in the First Quarter
5/4/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $40.4 Billion in March
3/4/2016 The Healthcare Dichotomy
3/3/2016 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 2.2% Annual Rate in the Fourth Quarter
2/4/2016 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 3.0% Annual Rate in the Fourth Quarter
12/2/2015 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 2.2% Annual Rate in the Third Quarter
11/5/2015 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 1.6% Annual Rate in the Third Quarter
9/2/2015 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 3.3% Annual Rate in the Second Quarter
8/11/2015 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 1.3% Annual Rate in the Second Quarter
7/28/2015 China Crash: Whaddaboutit!
6/4/2015 Nonfarm productivity (output per hour) declined at a 3.1% annual rate in the first quarter
5/6/2015 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 1.9% Annual Rate in the First Quarter
5/2/2015 War: @WSJopinion Vs. @BenBernanke
3/5/2015 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 2.2% Annual Rate in the Fourth Quarter
2/5/2015 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 1.8% Annual Rate in Q4
12/15/2014 Oil Price: Looks Reasonable
12/3/2014 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 2.3% Annual Rate in the Third Quarter
12/1/2014 Oil - Just Another Price
11/10/2014 Change Is In The Air
11/6/2014 Nonfarm Productivity (output per hour) Increased at a 2.0 % Annual Rate in the Third Quarter
9/4/2014 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 2.3% Annual Rate in the Second Quarter
8/8/2014 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 2.5% Annual Rate in the Second Quarter
5/7/2014 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 1.7% Annual Rate in the First Quarter
3/6/2014 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 1.8% Annual Rate in Q4
2/6/2014 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 3.2% Annual Rate in Q4
12/16/2013 Nonfarm Productivity Rose at a 3.0% Annual Rate in the Third Quarter
11/14/2013 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 1.9% Annual Rate in Q3
9/5/2013 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 2.3% Annual Rate in Q2
8/16/2013 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 0.9% Annual Rate in the Second Quarter
8/14/2013 Keynesian Fallacy - Part I
6/5/2013 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 0.5% Annual Rate in Q1, Unit Labor Costs Fall 4.3%
5/2/2013 Nonfarm Productivity Rose at a 0.7% Annual Rate in the First Quarter
3/7/2013 Nonfarm Productivity Declined at a 1.9% Annual Rate in Q4, Revised Up from Last Month's Estimate
2/7/2013 Nonfarm Productivity (Output Per Hour) Declined at a 2.0% Annual Rate in Q4
12/5/2012 Nonfarm Productivity Rose at a 2.9% Annual Rate in the Third Quarter
 
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