COVID-19 has ignited an unprecedented global economic crisis, that has been extraordinarily difficult to gauge, generating a blizzard of wide-ranging questions
From long-term economic implications for countries, industries, policy, credit and financial markets, to the methodologies we use in our analysis, this webinar is largely devoted to answering your questions.
- Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody's Analytics
- Cris deRitis, Deputy Chief Economist, Moody's Analytics
- Steve Cochrane, Chief APAC Economist, Moody's Analytics
- Ryan Sweet, Senior Director, Moody's Analytics
- Petr Zemcik, Senior Director, Moody's Analytics
- Alfredo Coutino, Director, Moody's Analytics
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday didn't alter its description of U.S. inflation. Policymakers still view the acceleration as transitory, but there was a big shift in the so-called “dot plot” that tracks interest-rate projections by the members of the central bank's Federal Open Market Committee.
The U.S. is experiencing cost-push inflation, which has historically proven to be more temporary than other causes, primarily demand pull.
It is a relief to see policymakers finally focus in earnest on the nation's crumbling infrastructure. But it is unnerving to see so little attention given to what may be the most critical infrastructure need of all: the nation's dire shortage of affordable housing.
The Federal Reserve's response to the COVID-19 pandemic was historic and put the central bank into uncharted territory.
The U.S. is not currently experiencing stagflation, and it's not going to over the next couple of years.
América Latina está en recuperación y se encamina a un repunte económico en el 2021, después de la profunda contracción causada por la pandemia
Financial markets are interpreting the minutes from the April Federal Open Market Committee meeting as being hawkish, as Treasury yields jumped following the release of the minutes.
Join us for the 4th webinar in our series: Moody’s Analytics & Raymond James in Conversation where we will discuss the outlook for mortgages and their impact on banks, credit unions, non-banks, and mortgage lending.
The April U.S. consumer price index was surprisingly strong but there are no implications for the timing of the Federal Reserve's tapering of its monthly asset purchase or first rate hike.
There is a lot to like in the President's Build Back Better plan.