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July’s inflation figures, which revealed sharper-than-expected rises in core measures of inflation in the US, eurozone, and UK, suggest that core...

The further loosening of social distancing measures in many states and the gradual revival of economic activity allowed local labor markets to heal...

The US economy is at a critical juncture in its recovery. Importantly, after a rapid first phase of recovery, the economy has now entered the second...

Our Fixed Income Focus discusses how Treasuries settled back into ranges after a bear-steepening last week, even as equities flirted with new record...

This was echoed by the Philly Fed manufacturing index, which fell 6.9 points to 17.2 in August. While manufacturers remain upbeat about the outlook...

Initial jobless claims for regular state benefits rose back above 1 million last week, increasing 135,000 to 1.106 million. The data suggest that the...

Our US Recovery Tracker rose 1.3ppts to 78.0 in the week ended August 7, the largest gain since mid-June. Supporting the weekly rise were the first...

The minutes from the July FOMC meeting showed how concerned the Fed is about the economic toll inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Empire State Manufacturing Survey business conditions index fell 13.5 points to 3.7 in August, indicating a softer pace of activity following the...

Forecasts by Western Union and Oxford Economics project the value of international, cross-border trade in services rising from $6.1trn in 2019 to...