“By spring and summer, I think you’ll see a lot more action from companies on wages,” Diane Swonk told the Washington Post.
The economy is “significantly better,” Diane Swonk said to the Financial Times.
It is about bricks AND clicks, Diane Swonk tells The New York Times.
“How many workers can we bring back?” PBS Newshour asks DS Economics.
NBC Nightly News how retail jobs are changing.
Labor market is improving overall, Diane Swonk tells CNBC’s Squawk on the Street.
Diane Swonk weighs economic gains vs. potential growth for The Wall Street Journal survey.
Diane Swonk reads between the lines of the Federal Reserve decision for Bloomberg TV’s Daybreak Asia.
Fed could keep markets guessing, Diane Swonk tells The Wall Street Journal.
“This is an attack on Fed independence” Financial Times” quotes Diane Swonk.”
Employment data illustrates anger in electorate, Diane Swonk tells NBC Nightly News.
Federal Reserve is in reaction mode, Diane Swonk tells CNBC’s Bill Griffith
Diane Swonk explains millennial effect on housing market.
“It is the kind of inflation that people feel fast and get angry about.”
For the CBS Evening News, Dean Reynolds asks Diane Swonk about factory jobs.
“This is a turning point for the overall economy.” Diane Swonk in The New York Times.
Direction of the FOMC depends on new members, Diane Swonk says to The Washington Post.
Still much uncertainty about economic policy.
CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla talks to Diane Swonk about the labor market outlook
The Federal Reserve is not taking away the punch bowl, Diane Swonk tells Jeffrey Brown of PBS Newshour.
“You don’t need a full-out trade war to have repercussions for U.S. consumers and businesses,” Diane Swonk tells CBS Money Watch.
The Wall Street Journal talks to Diane Swonk about the future of the Federal Reserve.
Diane Swonk says optimism is waning that quick changes will happen with health care and tax reform.
Full employment? CNBC asks Diane Swonk on the economy and David Kelly on markets.
The New York Times quotes Diane Swonk in front page employment report.
Diane Swonk compares the low number of unemployed to under-employed for CNBC.
Marketplace Radio talks to Diane Swonk about how repairing roads and bridges can boost productivity.
What 4Q GDP suggests about 2017 outlook: Diane Swonk on Marketplace Radio.
“Wakeup call” for the Federal Reserve, Diane Swonk tells CNBC.
Marketplace Radio asks Diane Swonk to interpret Fedspeak and the Dutch elections.
Hawks likely to join Federal Reserve, Diane Swonk tells Bloomberg TV.
Diane Swonk says early retail hiring a factor in jobs report.
Economic policies are not clear yet, Diane Swonk warns in the Financial Times.
Uncertainty at the Fed won’t end with the Election, Diane Swonk tells CNBC’s Power Lunch.
The Wall Street Journal quotes Diane Swonk’s analysis of the manufacturing sector.
Diane Swonk tells Bloomberg TV the composition of jobs added in September made a difference.
The New York Times quotes Diane Swonk on new jobs in the oil sector next year.
The Boston Globe carries Diane Swonk analysis of why more Americans were able to escape poverty last year.
Diane Swonk tells CNBC Squawk Box what the latest jobs data mean for interest rate policy.
“New entrepreneurs come up with innovations that boost productivity,” Diane Swonk said in USA Today.
Economist Diane Swonk tells the Wall Street Journal how health care costs eat into consumer spending.
New York Times quotes Diane Swonk on middle-class jobs increase coming from a “low threshold.”
The Washington Post quotes Diane Swonk on election risks for economy.
NPR’s All Things Considered asks Diane Swonk to compare Trump and Clinton economic plans.
Wall Street Journal asks Diane Swonk about “upside risks” to the economy.
Financial Times quotes Diane Swonk on factors in July retail sales.
“Ultra accommodative” is how Diane Swonk described Federal Reserve policy on Bloomberg Radio Surveillance program.
Diane Swonk tells the Financial Times that Brexit makes it tougher for the Fed to raise interest rates.
New York Times asks Diane Swonk what the latest jobs report means for interest rates.
Diane Swonk tells the Washington Post that US economy may weaken on Brexit fallout.
Diane Swonk tells CNBC, “She’s got to leave
her options open” about Fed Chair Yellen.
AP in the Washington Post quotes Diane Swonk on Federal Reserve policy.
Diane Swonk on CNBC Power Lunch says Brexit will affect US manufacturers via the strong dollar and banks via the yield curve.
For Bloomberg Surveillance, Tom Keene and Mike
McKee talk to Diane Swonk about US interest rates.
USA Today turns to Diane Swonk to interpret “Fedspeak”
Bloomberg Radio talks to Diane Swonk about the Federal Reserve.
The New York Times quotes Diane Swonk on the mix of new jobs.
Bloomberg TV asks Diane Swonk about growing divisions at the Fed.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is”caging the hawks” on inflation, Diane Swonk tells Power Lunch
Diane Swonk on how trash talking on the trail could hurt the economy.
WBBM’s Noon Business Hour
CNBC talks to top economist Diane Swonk about the latest jobs report.
New York Times asks Diane Swonk about wages.
Financial Times: Diane Swonk on job trends.
Bloomberg Radio’s Tom Keene interviews Diane Swonk on how confident consumers are feeling.