Examples of economist in a Sentence
Economists are predicting rapid inflation.
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Employers probably added 180,000 people to payrolls last month, based on the median estimate of economists ahead of Friday's Labor Department report.
The consensus expectation of economists is that the Labor Department will report that employers added 176,000 jobs, according to a survey by FactSet, a data provider.
Economists closely monitor the mood of consumers because their spending makes up about 70 percent of U.S. economic activity.
Low inventory is the major cause of price appreciation as homebuilding has not kept up with demand, wrote Zillow chief economist Svenja Gudell in an email.
John Schwartz AUTO INDUSTRY When automakers report new-car sales for May on Thursday, investors and economists will watch closely for signs of further erosion in the market.
Some economists maintain that weak wage growth, along with other indicators that point to the labor market being less than perfectly healthy, is precisely a reason for saying full employment hasn’t been reached.
This area has always been a fantastic place to live and raise a family, and as Connecticut economist Patrick Flaherty likes to say, today's millennials are tomorrow's thirty-somethings.
Most economists think the traditional exports-minus-imports worldview is outdated.
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: a person who studies or specializes in economics (sense 1)
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