Improving Job and GDP Growth Is Coming

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Job Growth in the US appears to be on the verge of reaccelerating. Look at the ADP data vs. BLS y/y change.

We can see that ADP job growth is accelerating higher. ADP numbers typically lead BLS numbers.

 

BLS will likely follow ADP growth higher as well. Atlanta Fed GDP Now is forecasting 2Q’17 GDP growth of 3.4 percent.

 

Economic growth in is improving in the US. The yield curve is flattening because the Fed is raising rates as the economy improves. As this happens the yield curve will flatten and continue to flatten. It is only when the market views rate cuts coming that the yield curve will widen.

Look at past cycles.

 

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