Labor/Economy

Economist’s View: The Long, Uneven Road to Recovery

While GDP forecasts remain highly optimistic, not all recoveries will be equal.

2021 Employment Picture

The latest year-over-year comparison of employed and unemployed persons by occupation, updated monthly.

After the Long, Dark Winter

Why uncharted conditions demand unconventional thinking about what’s ahead for the economy—and for real estate.

Economist’s View: CRE Asset Price Inflation to Continue

While consumer prices expanded modestly over the past decade, asset values improved notably.

2020 Employment Picture

The latest year-over-year comparison of employed and unemployed persons by occupation, updated monthly.

Economist’s View: Rise to the Challenge

In highly uncertain conditions, maintaining a “core of humble open-mindedness” is the way to go, according to economist Hugh Kelly.

Economist’s View: The Butterfly Recovery Has Begun

The U.S. economy’s path toward recovery is bound to involve several stops, detours and starts along the way.

Economist’s View: Look Before You Leap

A wait-and-see attitude is the prudent approach when making investment decisions in the age of COVID-19, according to economist Hugh F. Kelly.

The COVID-19 Economy: Beyond the Tipping Point

The pandemic is exacerbating long-overlooked economic weaknesses. Hugh Kelly sketches a map of the difficult road ahead.

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