A year ago, the US economy plunged into the deepest and fastest economic contraction since WWII. This year, improving health conditions, expanding...

The withdrawal of stimulus by the state and territory governments will be a little more gradual than the federal government; there will be a sharp...

The debate around the economy’s need for Biden’s $1.9tn American Rescue Plan (ARP) is heating up. A few prominent economists recently argued that...

The pre-election uncertainty surrounding a fiscal stimulus package could represent a watershed moment for the US economy as fiscal stimulus is...

Durable goods orders rose 0.4% in August, yet the 4th successive monthly gain was much slower than the 11.7% July advance. Core orders and...

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...

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

The third consecutive monthly decline of the Philly Fed manufacturing index in September signals regional activity is gradually falling in line...

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

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...