Posts Tagged ‘ Moody’s Analytics ’

Economist: Full U.S. Economic Recovery Relies on Vaccine, Job Growth

Nov 20th, 2020

A full U.S. economic recovery depends on many factors, but one of the things Cris deRitis, deputy chief economist for Moody’s Analytics, can say for certain is that the labor market structure is changing. He presented a general U.S. economic outlook for 2021 during the Dodge Construction Outlook 2021 Virtual Conference last week. The U.S. […]

Analysts See Ups but Mostly Downs Before a Rough 4Q

May 4th, 2020

As the effects of shutdowns weigh on the U.S. economy and unemployment heads for levels that could exceed the Great Depression, leading economists say some minor improvements could arrive in third quarter 2020. As relief measures expire, however, fourth-quarter 2020 will likely bring another hit, they warn, before the economy limps off to a recovery. […]

Dodge Outlook Conference Answers Recession Questions

Nov 4th, 2019

Are we heading into a recession? That was the question on many people’s minds at the 81st Annual Dodge Construction Outlook Conference in Chicago, as economic growth begins to slow. The answer is that a recession is not likely within the next 12 months, according to two economists, but a slowdown is headed for the […]

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