Consumer confidence dipped as pandemic deaths rose.
The economic impacts of the pandemic are showing.
Economic indicators continue to reflect a prolonged rally to normalcy. Will the Delta variant and labor shortages derail the train?
The widespread reopening continues.
Are we rounding the last bend in this challenging race?
The tide is rising. It’s time to ride the wave.
A positive jobs report, 3 million vaccinations per day and consumer confidence point toward economic recovery.
Promising outlooks for the year.
Will we see an economic shot in the arm this year?
Anticipating the changes that lie ahead in 2021
Solid numbers, despite a raging pandemic.
Housing is hot and consumer confidence continues to rise, but indicators suggest a slowing rebound
Housing is hot and consumer confidence continues to rise, but indicators suggest a slowing rebound.
Boat sales and the housing market are red hot. Can that trend continue post-election and post-pandemic?
With Covid-19 still bearing down, indicators fluctuate.
Are we witnessing the calm before the storm?
A cloud of uncertainty looks to damper growth.
Consumer confidence and spending take a hit.
Financial markets and consumers react to the coronavirus pandemic
Leading indicators remain strong to start off 2020.
Industry analysts see 2020 as another strong year.
Despite the extreme politics of this election year, consumer confidence remains high, the Fed chair talks about a “glass more than half full,” and economists see “green shoots” for 2020.
Despite last summer’s concerns, the economy isn’t showing any signs of dipping into recession.