The recovery in the US stock market has coincided with the deepest economic contraction since the Great Depression. Will stocks continue on their current path or adjust to the economic reality?
We know that the economies of the world are suffering from a resurgence Covid cases and new lockdowns to contain the spread. So why are the economic data generally pointing to a continuing rebound, not a new crash of output, employment and spending? What lies ahead in the new year, as the world’s economies attempt […]
Carl Weinberg and Rubeela Farooqi’s June 2020 chartbooks.
While the May bounce in payrolls was welcome, it barely made a dent in the road to job recovery.
The 1987 experience suggests that financial market volatility alone will probably not result in an imminent recession for the U.S. economy.
Join us Thursday an hour of economic theory, factual evidence and experience-based assessment of how this crisis might evolve.
The moderation in U.S. payroll growth in 2019 likely reflects a maturing labor market—one that is reaching full employment. But where does this leave Fed policy?