American Institute of Economic Research
Contributor since: 2018
Company: American Institute for Economic Research
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Manufacturing Sector Demand Remains Strong As Labor, Materials, And Logistical Struggles Continue
Consumer Spending Drives Economic Recovery In The Second Quarter
Consumer Confidence Remained Strong In July
Durable Goods Orders Rose In June As Core Capital Goods Hit A Record High
Is Inflation Merely Catching Up?
New Single-Family Home Sales Fell Again In June
Existing Home Sales Rise As Prices Hit A Record
Weekly Initial Claims For Unemployment Benefits May Be Plateauing Again
Why Is Monetary Policy Focusing On The Overnight Lending Market?
Understanding The Covid-19 Recession
Housing Starts Rise But Permits Fall As Pandemic Pressures Continue To Unwind
Core Retail Sales Posts A Sharp Gain In June
Industrial Output Rose In June But Details Were Mixed; Capacity Utilization Remains Low
Weekly Initial Claims For Unemployment Benefits Fell But Remain Elevated
AIER Leading Indicators Index Suggests Continuing Economic Expansion
Everyday Prices Continued To Surge In June
Consumer Credit Rose In May
Weekly Initial Claims For Unemployment Benefits Are Flattening Out
Job Openings Inch Up To Another Record High In May
Services Sector Survey Points To Continued Expansion In June
Unit Auto Sales Fell In June
Labor Market Recovery Continues But Full Recovery Could Be A Year Away
Manufacturing Sector Sees Strong Demand But Struggles With Labor And Materials Shortages And Rising Input Prices
Declining Weekly Initial Claims For Unemployment Benefits Reflect Strengthening Economy
Is Inflation Below The Fed's Target? Yes And No
Consumer Confidence Rose For A Fifth Month In A Row, Suggesting Continued Economic Growth
New Single-Family Home Sales Fell Sharply In May
Existing Home Sales Fall As Prices Continue To Rise
Weekly Initial Claims For Unemployment Benefits Rise While Continuing Claims Fall
Pandemic Pressures Continue To Unwind In Housing
Discretionary Spending Categories Drag Down May Retail Sales
Industrial Output Rose In May On Broad Gains; Capacity Utilization Remains Low