More on COVID-19's Impact on the Regional Economy
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New estimates of real gross domestic product for U.S. counties and metropolitan statistical areas show growth disparities in 2019. In the best areas, growth was strong and accelerating, while in others, the economy was already decelerating or even experiencing a prolonged contraction.
During the spring, the COVID-19 pandemic caused the residential real estate market to decline an average 33% around the country.
Economists are using high-frequency data to provide a timelier snapshot of regional economic activity—especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most counties hadn’t reached hospital bed capacity during COVID-19 peaks through June 30. However, about a quarter of counties were at risk in case of future surges.
- On the Economy: How COVID-19 May Be Affecting Inflation
- Regional Economist: Home Production Activity during the COVID-19 Shutdown
- On the Economy: Economic Forecasting during a Pandemic