The COVID-19 virus continues to spread and the economic damage is mounting. Recorded May 2020.
With the rapid deterioration in the global economy as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Moody's Analytics team present an update to our economic outlook for US & Canada
Angst about the near-term outlook for U.S. inflation is beginning to show as some regional Fed presidents who on net lean hawkish have voiced their concerns.
U.S. Senate leaders have an agreement on a deal that extends the U.S. debt ceiling through early December.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the nation's longstanding racial inequities have been laid bare. The health and finances of families of color have been disproportionately hurt and racially charged civil strife has wracked much of the nation.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen revised her drop-dead date for lawmakers to raise the debt ceiling from October 20 to October 18.
The Federal Open Market Committee this week sent its long-promised advance notice on tapering its $120 billion in monthly asset purchases.
There are the massive legislative efforts to increase spending on infrastructure and fiscal support for a range of social programs and climate change
The rapid aging of the U.S. population is putting a serious strain on the people, institutions and businesses that provide much-needed assistance to the elderly and disabled.
Despite gloomy pandemic news, there are some reasons for continued U.S. corporate earnings optimism.
There were media reports that Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen recently warned House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that lawmakers have until some point in October to raise the debt ceiling before the Treasury exhausts its accounting gimmicks.
On August 26, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the national eviction moratorium imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, setting off a race to get millions of struggling renters the relief they need before being thrown from their homes.