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Leisure and Hospitality Sector’s Recovery Complicated by Delta Variant

Shutdowns early in the pandemic primarily affected the Eighth Federal Reserve District’s leisure and hospitality sector, but its recovery could be complicated by the delta variant.
The Regional Economist

How Fast Will Regional Employment Return?

In the long run, job growth in the Eighth District is expected to slow from the 2021 pace, in part because District fundamentals have not markedly changed.
On the Economy

Vacation Plans and the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many parts of the economy, including travel. This is what might be ahead for tourism.
On the Economy

Journal Article
A State-Level Look at U.S. Labor Market Supply and Demand

Variations in labor market tightness across the U.S. at the end of 2022 appear to have been caused primarily by whether job openings were rising or falling.
The Regional Economist

Journal Article
Commercial Loans Rise Sharply during COVID-19 Pandemic

During the first several months of the COVID-19 pandemic, commercial lending increased as small businesses sought loans from the Paycheck Protection Program.
The Regional Economist

Journal Article
Eighth District Farmers Navigate Global Supply Uncertainty

Disruptions in the supply of fertilizer and other agricultural inputs have affected U.S. farmers, who nonetheless remain in a strong financial position.
The Regional Economist

Inventory Mismatches Continue to Be Widespread

The pandemic spurred firms to stockpile inputs in an attempt to avoid the risks of just-in-time delivery. Yet inventory mismatches remain widespread. Why?
On the Economy

Journal Article
Understanding the Eighth District’s Housing Market

Interest rate increases have cooled housing markets in the Eighth District, but trends in housing demand have led to tight residential real estate markets.
The Regional Economist

Journal Article
Post-Pandemic Activity Rebounds, but Many Remain Outside the Labor Force

Jobs are returning, but the pandemic has accelerated longtime trends by knocking millions of people out of the labor force.
Economic Synopses , Issue 18 , Pages 1-2

Employers in Fed’s Eighth District Eye Softer Hiring Plans for 2024

The share of Eighth District firms planning to increase their workforce in the new year is smaller than the share in previous years.
On the Economy

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