The US Recovery Tracker exited the summer on a bright note. It rose 0.7ppts to 96.7 during the two weeks ended September 3 – the highest reading...

The US economy is past its peak, but that doesn’t mean the recovery is headed into reverse. While a deteriorated health situation and lingering...

Nearly half of the 16.9 million jobs in the leisure & hospitality (L&H) industry, as defined by the North American Industry Classification System...

Powell’s speech did not materially alter the outlook for Fed policy, but it did clarify the distinction between the timing of tapering and rates...

The US Recovery Tracker slid to its lowest level in nearly three months during the week ended August 20, declining 0.2ppts to 95.7. Still, while...

In order to better understand the economic impact this important industry has across the United States, Oxford Economics developed a customized...

President Biden has set a target of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions in the US by 50-52 percent below 2005 levels, by 2030. For some states...

The fiscal and monetary response to the pandemic will leave a lasting mark on the net trade position of the US. The trade deficit is at record...

The US Recovery Tracker carried the stalled progress we saw in the month of July into August, falling 0.3ppts to 96.4 in the week ended August 6....

Headline CPI inflation rose 5.4% y/y in July 2021, but regional inflation is uneven, with prices up 5.9% y/y in the Midwest and 5.8% y/y in the...