Jason Reed

Mendoza College of Business

Office
232 Mendoza College of Business
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Phone
574-631-5677
Email
jreed11@nd.edu

Wade Family Assistant Teaching Professor of Finance

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Consumer confidence fell in October as inflation takes a toll

“There’s a real sense that people could delay purchases, but at the same time, there are going to be some purchases that just cannot be delayed,” said Jason Reed, a finance professor at the University of Notre Dame. 

Some good inflation news: Wholesale prices fell in August

The continued decline in headline PPI mostly reflects commodity prices settling down from record highs, said Jason Reed, assistant chair and teaching professor of finance at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. 

US government debt revealed, inflation hotspots and more: Wednesday's 5 things to know

"The August CPI report indicates that inflation is still roaring hot," said Jason Reed, an assistant chair and professor of finance at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.

Inflation rose faster than expected in August, keeping prices painfully high

"The August CPI report indicates that inflation is still roaring hot," said Jason Reed, an assistant chair and professor of finance at the University of Notre Dame.

Buying Groceries Is Still Painful

“Unfortunately, the almost daily reminder of rising food and healthcare prices will keep inflation on the forefront of everyone's minds instead of an afterthought, as hoped by the Federal Reserve,” Jason Reed, an economist and teaching professor of finance at the University of Notre Dame, said after the report was released.

Consumers Lower Their Expectations of Future Inflation

Jason Reed, a professor at the University of Notre Dame, said food and gasoline prices are very visible and so have a large role in how consumers view the economy.

How the "dumbest theory" works that can lead you to make wrong financial decisions (and what it has to do with bubbles)

"Almost everyone points to the stock markets to signal the existence of a bubble. I am not convinced that this is true," Jason Reed, professor in the Department of Finance at the University of Notre Dame, tells BBC World.

More bubbles, less shorting. What the GameStop craziness could mean for the future of investing

“I do think that, to some degree, this herd Reddit movement is going to continue,” said Jason Reed, a finance professor at the University of Notre Dame.

US economy adds 49,000 jobs as Biden aims for further Covid relief

Jason Reed, assistant chair of finance at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, said: “We shouldn’t forget that the economy is still down about 10m jobs since the start of the pandemic. We aren’t anywhere close to where we were this time last year.

U.S. employment growth likely rebounded; more government money still needed

“The stimulus has to pass,” said Jason Reed, finance professor at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. “Whatever the payrolls number is, we shouldn’t forget we are significantly under the amount of jobs needed to get back to where we were a year ago.”

S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit records on positive labor-market data

"We aren't anywhere close to where we were this time last year. The rollout of the vaccine will surely help Americans get back to work, but we shouldn't expect a return to normal until late 2021 or early 2022," Jason Reed, professor of finance at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, said.