Timely, accessible snapshots of the Kansas City Fed's latest economic findings and perspectives on national and international economic conditions and issues related to monetary policy, industries and markets.
The LMCI momentum indicator turned negative in November 2022, a sign that the labor market may be softening.
Limited investment opportunities, policy uncertainty, and administrative changes likely explain increases in ON RRP use.
Households have continued to make purchases despite very negative sentiment toward spending—but this behavior will likely change.
A decline in the supply of oil and gas from Russia could lead to a sizable drop in European output over 2023–24.
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