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Pay growth holds, but threat of inflation looms

...step in and raise interest rates because of what is happening in Asia," said Cynthia Latta, senior economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc. Inflation as measured by consumer prices rose just 1.7 percent last year, the best showing in 11 yea rs. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/28/bus_221465.shtml
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Fed unlikely to raise interest rates - for now

...anything that looks like an acceleration of inflation will cause them to move," said David Wyss, economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc. Sung Won Sohn, chief economist at Norwest in Minneapolis, said he believed the Fed will push rates up by a quarter-point...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/08/19/biz_213172.shtml
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Economists sing Greenspan's praises

...but he doesn't think all the problems of the world are over," said David Wyss, chief financial economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc. If Greenspan does succeed in keeping inflation at bay and the current economic expansion lasts until 2000, setting...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/08/12/biz_212807.shtml
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Greenspan gives economy good marks but warns of renewed inflation

...he was disappointed that the remarks were not interpreted in their full context. David Wyss, chief economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc., said he expected the Fed, which has not raised rates in two years, will probably make three small quarter-point...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/01/22/biz_202910.shtml
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Economic slows but is steady

...words. "We have an ideal situation right now as far as the market is concerned," said David Wyss, economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc. in Lexington, Mass. "We have a pattern of slow, but steady growth, low inflation and declining interest rates...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/12/21/bus_201555.shtml
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Despite widened gap with Japan, overall October trade deficit improves

...currencies that their goods are going to be available here at fire-sale prices," Cynthia Latta, economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc., said. So far this year, the trade deficit is running at an annual rate of $114 billion, even worse than...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/19/biz_219266.shtml
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Fed leaves rate unchanged

...Things look pretty good right now. The question is how long will that last," said David Wyss, chief economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc. Stocks and bonds, which had been rising before the Fed's decision was announced, quickly gave up some of their...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/08/20/biz_213235.shtml
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Finding the computer link in a good economy

...Corp. in Minneapolis. The real answer may lie somewhere in the middle, said Roger Brinner, chief economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc. Big growth in computers could result in a delayed payoff that will soon start showing up, but not to the extent...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/08/14/tec_212954.shtml
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Congress looking to Greenspan for continued economic prosperity

...miscues. "Inflation still remains the most likely threat to end this expansion," said David Wyss, an economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc. "The danger is that the Fed will not tighten soon enough and inflation will gradually begin to rise - just as...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/22/biz_211703.shtml
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Trade deficit rises slightly

...percent in the third. "The numbers have been amazingly strong," said David Wyss, chief financial economist at DRI-McGraw Hill Inc. in Lexington, Mass. "When you have growth this fast, the worry becomes is the economy growing too fast for...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/01/18/biz_202732.shtml
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