The U.S. labor market is remarkably strong, with a 3.4% unemployment rate. Which sectors are seeing the highest job gains in 2023?
Unemployment is forecast to tick higher in 2023, but so far red-hot labor markets are resisting this trend on a global scale.
The global economy faces an uncertain future in 2023. This year, GDP growth is projected to be 2.9%—down from 3.2% in 2022.
In this infographic, we show the key differences between stagflation, inflation, and deflation and how they impact the economy and investors.
Broadly speaking, Fed tapering is the reversal of quantitative easing. We show the history of Federal Reserve bond tapering and how it works.