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The Federal Reserve is seen as increasingly likely to keep interest rates at near-zero percent until 2023 or beyond and will find new ways to keep borrowing costs at rock-bottom levels.
If there’s anything you have in common with an economist, it’s that you both care how many people in the U.S. have a job.
The regional alliances that governors formed last month to coordinate the process of reopening from stay-at-home orders are facing their first big test, as some states in the pacts begin to move forward with plans to restart their economies while others are holding back until there are more signs the coronavirus is under control.
A new labor market analysis suggests employment in the U.S. dropped by more than 20 million positions in April – and even that estimate may undershoot the full extent of America's unemployment crisis.
February’s robust jobs report showed an economy that seemed to be picking up steam — but more recent data pointing to an imminent slowdown continues to accumulate.