The Covid crisis has accelerated the US economy’s automation in a way that we think will outlast the pandemic, leading to a sustained acceleration...

Enhanced US unemployment benefits are discouraging only a small share of unemployed workers from finding jobs. The disincentive to work is...

Our US Recovery Tracker started June with a bang, rising a strong 1.2ppts to 96.1 in the week ended June 11 following a 0.6ppts gain in the week...

The US economy is unlikely to experience an inflation regime shift. But after a decade of glacial price rises in the wake of the financial crisis,...

Talk of US labor shortages is everywhere. But rather than a shortage, we see a transitory mismatch between the supply and demand of workers in...

For this study with the Semiconductor Industry Association, Oxford Economics has quantified the economic contribution of the US semiconductor...

With the spread of Covid-19 in the US slowing considerably and vaccinations continuing at a healthy pace, consumers are gradually spending again...

Our Canada Recovery Tracker (CRT) rose 3.3ppts to 90.9 in the week ended May 21, its fourth straight weekly increase. Six of seven subcomponents...

Our US Recovery Tracker finished May on a high note, rising 1.5ppts to 94.6 in the week ended May 28. A Memorial Day boost to demand, looser...

As proposed, President Joe Biden’s American Jobs Plan would brighten the US industrial and regional outlook. Model simulations indicate the...