Financial distress, women-led firms, the auto sector, credit unions, housing and more
Since 2015, households in the poorest ZIP codes appear to have become more financially vulnerable.
The proposed trade agreement USMCA and trade disputes with China may have an impact on the U.S. auto sector.
Conflicting data and the partial government shutdown made forecasting more challenging recently.
This trend is growing but remains small because of regulatory and business-model challenges.
The lingering effects of the recession, declining affordability and other factors impact the housing market.
Consumers keep borrowing, but delinquency rate data do not appear to signal a severe debt problem on the horizon.
Despite women’s growing role in the workforce, the share of firms led by female CEOs was relatively stable from 2000-2014.