The US Recovery Tracker rose 0.2ppts to 91.1 in the week ending April 30, recouping its losses from the week prior with three of the six subcomponents advancing. The tracker rose 2.7ppts in April, following a 6.7ppts gain in March. Improving health conditions drove the weekly advance with fewer new Covid infections and greater vaccinations. Mobility continued to rise gently, led by more flights and commuting. Employment posted another gain on increased small business employment and job postings, and fewer layoffs.
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