US Economic Outlook: Q1 2019

  • Report Id: EI-161391
  • Category: Company Reports
  • Published Date: Mar 2019
  • Pages: 15
Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry The US economy ended 2018 with growth approaching 3%. US private sector confidence remains above average, the unemployment rate is close to 4%, and real wage growth has increased to a still modest 1- 1.5% per year. However, the outlook has deteriorated, with the economy is expected to decelerate in 2019-2020, and the risk of an economic contraction rising.

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US Economic Outlook: Q1 2019
Euromonitor International
February 2019
Baseline Outlook
Forecast Risks
Aggregate Demand
Private Sector Sentiment and Stock Markets
Household Income and Labour Markets
Monetary Policy and Financial Conditions