La pandemia del Coronavirus se ha acelerado y ha infectado a muchas regiones, incluyendo a América Latina.
La pandemia del Coronavirus se ha acelerado y ha infectado a muchas regiones, incluyendo a América Latina. La región ya sufre los efectos económicos, pero el impacto mayor aún está por llegar. Bajo el escenario más probable de proliferación de la pandemia, América Latina caerá en una recesión más profunda que la del 2009, dada la limitada salud económica y el reducido margen de maniobra de política económica. En este seminario presentaremos la situación actual bajo el Coronavirus y el impacto económico en la región. Los invitamos a participar en esta sesión en la que presentaremos nuestros pronósticos por países y analizaremos los mecanismos de transmisión económica y financiera que afectan a la región.
Headline monthly inflation in August was the strongest since June 2022, and core inflation surprised to upside.
The Moody's Analytics high-frequency GDP estimate for the U.S. third quarter rose with the latest data on consumer spending and inflation
Party City Holdco Inc., the parent company of the popular party goods retailer Party City, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in January 2023. The company joined a slew of retailers that have been struggling in the past year, including Bed Bath & Beyond, Stitch Fix, Carvana, and GameStop.
While Jenny Craig has struggled for several years, there was little indication in the financial media that bankruptcy was imminent. However, the EDF-X early warning system flagged Jenny Craig as a watchlist candidate with high credit risk more than four years ago.
Job openings are now at their lowest since April 2021, when COVID-19 vaccines were becoming widely available.
The Federal Open Market Committee took a break from rate hikes in June, but communication since then from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and other committee members has been unequivocally hawkish.
President Biden and Speaker McCarthy announced an agreement in principle to limit federal spending and suspend the debt limit.
U.S. homebuilding has found a floor following an almost year-long slide in building activity.
U.S. growth has been trending lower and decelerated more than anticipated in the first quarter of 2023, to 1.1% at an annualized rate in Thursday's GDP report from the BEA.
Data from the Federal Reserve show that while still elevated, the liquidity needs of banks have not worsened.