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The economy continued to recover from one of the worst economic contractions ever. However, the economy falls short of its pre-crisis levels, with GDP still 3.5 percent below where it ended in 2019. The labor market remains depressed because of the pandemic, with nearly 10 million more people out of work than at the beginning of 2020. Learn more in the full report.
After experiencing unprecedented disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. economy remains on track to recovery even as the virus lingers.
The U.S. economy for 2020 has experienced unprecedented disruptions due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The US economy started off the year on a positive note before social distancing restrictions in response to COVID-19 led to the start of a sharp deceleration.
The U.S. economy wrapped up 2019 with a batch of generally promising data as U.S.-China trade tensions died down.
November data reflected moderating growth as the U.S. economy continued to battle trade worries.
October economic data pointed to a slowing—but still growing—U.S. economy.
Economic data improved modestly in September as the U.S. economy stayed resilient against trade uncertainty.
U.S. economic data was mixed in August, reflecting the complicated macroeconomic environment with high trade uncertainty.
Consumers showed signs of strength in July’s U.S. economic data. Leading indicators fell month over month for the first time in 2019.
U.S. economic data moderated as trade tensions plagued the global economy. Leading indicators slowed, but remained resilient.
U.S. economic data improved in May on balance, even as investors battled a resurgence in U.S.-China trade tensions.
Green shoots appeared in U.S. economic data going into the second quarter. Leading indicators signaled low odds of a recession.
U.S. economic data were mixed in March, although leading indicators signaled low odds of a recession in the coming year.
U.S. economic data were sound in February, even as confidence fell amid uncertainty from global trade and political headwinds.
January’s reports painted a picture of a solid economy struggling with global uncertainty as leading indicators declined 0.1%.
Economic trends generally improved in December, even amid some of the most financial market volatility of the bull market.