Brexit - Economic & Financial Aftermath
The U.K. stunned the world by voting to leave the EU. After months of bruising campaigning, British voters have chosen to reshape their country’s place in the world. Listen to Dr. Mark Zandi, Chief Economist of Moody’s Analytics, as he discusses the economic & financial aftermath of the #Brexit.
Fiscal State of the Union
Fiscal policy since the COVID-19 pandemic hit three years ago has been critical in supporting the U.S. economy's quick and full revival.
Weekly Market Outlook: Shaken, Not Rattled
Recent U.S. bank failures are disconcerting to watch, but they are not symptomatic of a serious broader problem in the financial system.
Financial System Shaken, Not Rattled
Recent U.S. bank failures are disconcerting to watch, but they are not symptomatic of a serious broader problem in the financial system; policymakers' aggressive response should ensure the failures do not weaken the system or the fragile economy.
Going Down the Debt Limit Rabbit Hole
The U.S. Treasury is quickly approaching the X-date—the day it will not have enough cash to pay all of the federal government's bills on time.
Debt Limit Brinkmanship (Again)
Odds that lawmakers blunder either out of intent or ineptness are uncomfortably high
Recession is a serious threat. But the Moody's Analytics baseline forecast—the most-likely outlook—holds that the economy will avoid a downturn. Call it a slowcession.
The Macroeconomic Cost of Climate Inaction
Rising global temperatures caused by increasing greenhouse gas pollution pose substantial risks to the global economy.
Weekly Market Outlook: Vulnerable U.S. Economy Faces Test
OPEC+ announced a significant cut to its collective output limit, just as the U.S. economy is vulnerable and financial market conditions have tightened.
Weekly Market Outlook: No Clipping Hawks' Wings
If there was any doubt that the Federal Reserve was serious about taming inflation, it should be gone after the September meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee as it hiked the target range for the fed funds rate by 75 basis points and signaled a noticeably higher terminal rate than previously thought.
Playing a Dangerous Game With the Debt Limit
Treasury has been using its available cash to pay its bills, but by mid- to late October those funds will be exhausted. Someone would not get paid in a timely way.