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The outbreak of coronavirus in Europe and the subsequent containment measures have severely affected economic activity in all major cities during...

Last week, the Fed made clear that it would do its part to support the economy for the long haul, providing powerful dovish forward guidance. This...

Life was breathed back into negotiations over another fiscal package this week, with both Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and House Speaker Pelosi saying...

Initial jobless claims for regular state benefits rose 4,000 to 870,000 in the week ended September 19, painting a picture of a labor market recovery...

The latest data show that retail spending growth in the US and UK isslowing but remains a relative bright spot for both economies in contrast to...

Throughout the pandemic, we have judged that the risks to our baseline forecast lie to the downside. Businesses have shared this view, according to...

The economic recovery is well underway, but its speed and durability are now in question. Fiscal aid is dwindling, flu season is fast approaching,...

We introduce our new US Sub-national Executive Briefing, which highlights insights spanning the US macro, industrial, and regional landscapes.

Eurozone lending broadly continued its trend from the recent months in July. The M3 monetary aggregate annual growth rate picked up by 1 percentage...

Payments for unemployment benefits will fall sharply in August, rebound in September but drop again in October in the absence of a new coronavirus...