September notebook: Labour data + location data in the crosshairs

Daryl Smith, CFA, Head of Research (London)

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If you’re reading this in the US, I hope you enjoyed the Labor day weekend.

As a day set aside to recognise the contributions of the American workforce, it seems apt that a) despite sitting here in London, we spell ‘labour’ without a ‘u’ above (you’re welcome), and b) we have a few things to say on workforce datasets.

We also have one or two things to say on monitoring cracks – not those from the Artemis 1 rocket1, but the wider economy.

Cracks or crevasses

I don’t need to tell you how many economies are starting to show signs of strain under the weight of inflation and climbing interest rates – raising the risk of a major global downturn.

Here in the data world, plenty of vendors want you to know they can help you make sense of it all.

For example,

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