S&P 500 at 3000 and U.S. Government Spending as % of GDP

S&P 500 at 3000 and U.S. Government Spending as % of GDP According to BofA, maximum government spending, maximum liquidity and the current fiscal stimulus explain why the S&P 500 is at 3,000. Image: BofA Research Investment Committee

U.S. Discretionary Spending and Recessions

U.S. Discretionary Spending and Recessions Because there are few imbalances, Deutsche Bank suggests that the U.S. expansion could continue for many more years. Note: discreationary spending defined as consumer durable goods, plus business capex, plus residential investment (i.e. PCE durables + gross private domestic investment). Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

U.S. Federal Budget Spending

U.S. Federal Budget Spending The U.S. federal budget spending is projected to rise in the future. Image: Societe Generale Cross Asset Research

Consumer Spending Contribution to U.S. GDP

Consumer Spending Contribution to U.S. GDP Consumer spending, which accounts for about 70% of the U.S. economy, is driving GDP growth solo. Image: Oxford Economics