Nancy Lazar

WHY THE 4 FORCES DRIVING THE ECONOMY’S COMEBACK ARE POWERFUL AND SUSTAINABLE

October 9, 2020

How surprised have you been by the market’s supercharged recovery from the March lows and the economy’s rebound from the COVID trough? By any measure, the snapback has been extraordinary. The shortest bear market in U.S. history, a mere 33 weeks from late February to late March, and a much faster recovery than expected.

As this week’s guest, Nancy Lazar told clients recently: “In the last expansion it took almost 9 years (until 2018) for unemployment to fall to 4.0%. Today the Fed expects (more likely wishes) to see 4.0% just 4 years into this expansion. And since this cycle’s Drivers are leveraged to the Fed’s main policy tool – interest rates – the Fed’s in a good position to make it happen.”
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TOP RANKED ECONOMIST NANCY LAZAR DISCUSSES THE PROSPECTS FOR THE U.S. ECONOMY.

May 19, 2017

In an exclusive interview, one of Wall Street’s top economists, Nancy Lazar explains why the 8 year old U.S. recovery still has a ways to run.

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LAZAR: NEW, SMARTER CONSUMER?

May 19, 2017

NEW, SMARTER CONSUMER?

Top ranked economist Nancy Lazar is known for spotting emerging macro trends. She recently identified a lasting change in consumer behavior. Is there a new smarter consumer?

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2014’s BEST CALLS

December 26, 2014

Who got the economy and markets right in 2014? We introduce the economist, strategist and portfolio managers who hit home runs on WEALTHTRACK this year. Continue Reading »

LAZAR: U.S. COMEBACK

October 3, 2014

How many times have you heard that China is on its way to surpassing the United States as the main driver of world economic growth? This week’ s guest says not so fast – growth dynamics are changing and the widely forecast new world order is returning to the old world order. Top rated economist, Nancy Lazar explains why the U.S. has resumed its role as the driver of global economic growth and China is lagging. Continue Reading »

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