Global Employment in S&P 500 Companies vs. Small Businesses

Global Employment in S&P 500 Companies vs. Small Businesses Small and medium-sized businesses play an important role in the U.S. economy, as S&P 500 companies employ only 17% of U.S. workers. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Markets Research

U.S. Presidential Approval Rating vs. Unemployment Rate

U.S. Presidential Approval Rating vs. Unemployment Rate Even with a strong labor market and economic growth, President Biden’s approval rating remains low, largely due to public unease over high inflation. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

U.S. Core CPI vs. Unemployment Rate When Fed First Cut Rates

U.S. Core CPI vs. Unemployment Rate When Fed First Cut Rates It is rare for the Fed to cut rates when core CPI exceeds the unemployment rate, signaling the central bank’s concern about potential inflationary pressures and its emphasis on maintaining price stability. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy