The US Recovery Tracker has topped its pre-pandemic level, rising 0.8ppts to 100.9, in the week ended Oct. 29. Four of the tracker’s six dimensions rose, confirming a stronger recovery after the Delta and supply chain-induced slowdown in Q3. All but seven US states registered higher readings. Except for Michigan, the most populated states all strengthened, with Texas at the forefront of the gains. The Southwest and Mountain states gained the most ground, followed closely by states bordering the Pacific.
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