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Below is a list of our US Publications for the last 6 months. If you are looking for reports older than 6 months please email info@pantheonmacro.com, or contact your account rep

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PM Datanote: US Philly Fed Weekly Claims March

PM Datanote: US PPI, May 2024

May core PCE likely rose just 0.11%, well below the Fed’s expectations.

Ian Shepherdson (Chief Economist, Chairman and Founder)US

PM Datanote: US Jobless Claims / Philly Fed

Not definitive, but consistent with the idea that the trend is starting to rise.

Ian Shepherdson (Chief Economist, Chairman and Founder)US

PM Datanote: US Weekly Jobless Claims, April 27

An uptrend in initial claims is probably still in the pipeline. 

Oliver Allen (Senior US Economist)US

PM Datanote: US Pending Home Sales, March

Housing market activity likely to slow sharply in Q2.

Oliver Allen (Senior US Economist)US

PM Datanote: US Durable Goods Orders, March

Rounding off another weak quarter for equipment investment.

Oliver Allen (Senior US Economist)US

PM Datanote: US Jobless Claims/Philly Fed

Tranquil labor market conditions unlikely to last much longer.

Oliver Allen (Senior US Economist)US

PM Datanote: US Weekly Jobless Claims, April 6

Generous seasonals still depressing claims, but an uptrend is coming.

Oliver Allen (Senior US Economist)US

PM Datanote: US FOMC Minutes, March

Some downside growth risks recognized, but attention still mostly on inflation

Ian Shepherdson (Chief Economist, Chairman and Founder)US

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