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Decomposing the Low PCE Inflation Rate
The current low PCE inflation rate can largely be attributed to energy, health care, and housing.
The Wage Bills of COVID-19
The largest potential wage loss comes from the health care and social assistance industry.
Will Workers Want To Be Laid Off?
The short-term income benefits from expanded unemployment insurance are unlikely to outweigh the long-term benefits of working.
The Value of $600 Across States Hit Hardest by COVID-19
The CARES act provides an extra $600 per week in unemployment benefits, but the purchasing power of those dollars varies across states, raising the question of whether the equal distribution of $600 across states is an equitable distribution.
COVID-19: What Do FREDcast Users Think about Economic Growth?
Professional forecasts abound, but what does the general public think will happen with the economy?
More Households Face Food Scarcity during COVID-19
More U.S. households are reporting that they sometimes or often do not have enough food, according to a new Census survey.
Same Target, Different Economies: A Cross-Country Analysis of Inflation
Though some countries adopt a common inflation target, nations often have different patterns of inflation.