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Gary Thayer


“It is encouraging that consumers are taking the negative things that are happening recently. Possibly the employment situation is outweighing other concerns.”

Gary Thayer


“We're still in a seasonally weak period of year, where companies are trimming workforces. It weighs on people's minds when they hear about companies cutting back.”

Gary Thayer


“We're still in a seasonally weak period of year, where companies are trimming workforces, ... It weighs on people's minds when they hear about companies cutting back.”

Gary Thayer


“The weakness was primarily in the residential area. That's consistent with the other data we've seen recently that suggest that the housing market is cooling off.”

Gary Thayer


“Manufacturing is expanding, but not as broadly as in November. There was weakness in new orders and employment.”

Gary Thayer


“The employment component was just a tad lower than what we saw in November so it's still a healthy number.”

Gary Thayer


“It looks like real spending was quite healthy for the start of the third quarter.”

Gary Thayer


“The increases (in gas prices) looks like it's hitting a critical level.”

Gary Thayer


“It looks like consumers are feeling at least better about the current situation. But I still think there is a lot of uncertainty about the future. The geopolitical news is not very comforting.”

Gary Thayer


“I think we're close to a peak in the unemployment rate, ... The upswings in manufacturing and non-manufacturing show we're close to it now.”

Gary Thayer


“I think we're close to a peak in the unemployment rate. The upswings in manufacturing and non-manufacturing show we're close to it now.”

Gary Thayer


“It just looks like manufacturing in the Midwest cooled off a bit in January, but remained healthy.”

Gary Thayer


“It still shows a pretty healthy economy at this point. The manufacturing side of things and business spending will be good this year.”

Gary Thayer


“The (February) manufacturing report was a little better than expected, showing continued growth in manufacturing.”

Gary Thayer


“We've been seeing improvement in the non-manufacturing side since late last year. We're seeing more activity in the travel sector and others that were hit really hard last year after the terror attacks.”

Gary Thayer