From Tamagotchis to Star Wars, the number of adults buying new and old versions of their childhood toys has continued to climb.
The Index of Leading Economic Indicators has been pointing to a slowdown for 19 months. It hasn't materialized.
The number of new jobs created each month has been trending down for the past year — but there is also a good amount of positive data in the latest report.
Business activity in Germany contracted for a fourth straight month in October. Experts are labeling Europe’s largest economy the "sick man of Europe."
It's probably more a sign of pandemic labor market weirdness than a coming recession.
The nonprofit business research group found that consumers think a recession is on the way, as the economy faces challenges ahead.
For well over a year, the interest paid by long-term Treasury bonds has been lower than that of shorter-term debt. But a recession hasn't happened yet.
So are the indicators wrong, or have we just not waited long enough?
S&P Global’s investment manager index survey says most sectors are losing favor with investors. What's going on?
Goldman Sachs economists predict rate reductions next year based on declining inflation, which would make high rates unnecessary.