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CEOs may not be economic wizards. But they have access to crucial data and make decisions that influence the economy.
It may be hard to tell from some data out Friday, which is for February. But we may still get a read on whether consumer sentiment is changing.
January was an outlier for jobs, spending and inflation — but can we rely on seasonally adjusted data when the past three Januarys have been so weird?
Response rates to The Bureau of Labor Statistics' JOLTS report are continuing to waver according to Bloomberg reporter, Reade Pickert.
Reports on inflation, consumer confidence and jobs will be consequential. We asked economists to point out the most important items.
The Federal Reserve Economic Database, or FRED, has been an important resource for economists and more for decades. But what's next step for the database?
“I want to look at reports and see all of me,” says economist Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe.
Jordan Wirfs-Brock "sonified" data from unemployment claims to give us another way to process historic job losses.
The COVID-19 epidemic may make it harder for government agencies to track and report rapid changes in the U.S. economy.
For decades, skeptics have accused China of doctoring its GDP and other statistics.