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Diane Swonk in the news
Following two wildly differing jobs reports, one a bonanza and the other barely registering, Grant Thornton’s Chief Economist Diane Swonk assures The Wall Street Journal that “the underlying trend is solid.”

Diane Swonk explains to CNN how a clutch of one-time factors skewed the recent jobs report.

Since the government shutdown ended, there are fewer part-timers, Diane Swonk told The New York Times.

Wages look stronger but I take it “with a grain of salt,” labor market expert Diane Swonk said to CNBC’s Sara Eisen.

Job creation will slow in 2019 but it’s not “falling off a cliff,” Grant Thornton’s Diane Swonk tells Bloomberg TV.

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