Jobs affected by COVID-19, national economic overview, how the jobless spent time and more
Oksana Leukhina, Zhixiu Yu
An increase in household activities—including child care and cooking—between January and April coincides with job losses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Forecasts suggest the economy is on the road to recovery, though it could take a year or more for activity to return to pre-pandemic levels.
Economists are using high-frequency data to provide a timelier snapshot of regional economic activity—especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the 2007-08 financial crisis, the Federal Reserve stepped in to prevent a possible panic. How did this affect the U.S. financial system in later years?