Recovery of the U.S. Economy – Republicans vs. Democrats

Recovery of the U.S. Economy – Republicans vs. Democrats Republicans and Democrats have different views on the recovery of the U.S. economy. Republicans are eager to reopen economy, while Democrats are more cautious. Image: Financial Times

U.S. Economy vs. Asset Prices

U.S. Economy vs. Asset Prices Persistent low interest rates could explain the wide divergence between real economy prices and asset prices, over the past decade. Image: Charles Schwab

Number of Months U.S. Economy in Recession

Number of Months U.S. Economy in Recession The 2010s are the first time a decade has gone without the U.S. falling into recession. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

When Will the U.S. Economy Go into Recession?

When Will the U.S. Economy Go into Recession? At the Goldman Sachs annual Global Strategy Conference this week, most clients expect a recession in 2021 or 2022. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Asia Pacific Economic Data Leads the U.S. Economy

Asia Pacific Economic Data Leads the U.S. Economy This chart suggests that Asia Pacific economic data leads the U.S. economy since the Great Financial Crisis. U.S. economic data becomes laggard. Image: Arbor Research & Trading LLC