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The Conference Board Economics Watch® US View, February 2017

Base scenario continues to suggest a modest upside for the US economic outlook.

Report | 7 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® Economic Series Report, February, 2017

Monthly economic series report.

Report | 14 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® European View February, 2017

Uncertainty remains the buzzword, yet the European economies are surprisingly resilient.

Report | 9 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® European View

The latest data for 2016 suggest somewhat of an uptick in growth toward the end of the year. Yet we expect Euro Area growth to somewhat moderate in 2017 and UK growth to slow down significantly amid Brexit-induced effects as well as a generally maturing business cycle.

Briefing | 9 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch Emerging Markets View

Rising uncertainties cast a heavy cloud over growth in emerging markets in 2017.

Briefing | 7 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

World Outlook: Winter 2017

This quarterly examination of the short-term economic outlook for the world's major economies also contains an in-depth analysis of a number of issues that are relevant for understanding world economic trends and developments.

Report | 11 pages | January 2017 | Kip Beckman | The Conference Board of Canada

U.S. Outlook: Winter 2017

This quarterly report focuses on the latest economic developments in the U.S. economy, tracking trends in labour, consumer, energy and housing markets, and examining industries and regions. Monetary and fiscal policy assumptions are also included.

Report | 23 pages | January 2017 | Kip Beckman | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View: January 2017

The new year brings more optimism, but uncertainties over the impact of policy initiatives have mounted.

Report | 8 pages | January 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® Economic Series Report: January 2017

Monthly economic series report

Report | 14 pages | January 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

There is a small positive Trump effect on the US growth outlook in 2017, but uncertainty around the base forecast is high.

Briefing | 8 pages | January 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® Economic Series Report

Monthly economic series report.

Report | 14 pages | January 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® European View

Solid economic data point to continued growth toward the end of 2016, but the overall outlook remains fragile.

Report | 6 pages | January 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Europe 2.0? Four Scenarios for Europe Post-Brexit

We present four scenarios for how the EU could fare in the medium term after the existential crisis of Brexit. In each scenario, some sectors and industries benefit more than others.

Report | 40 pages | December 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Executive Summary: The Federal Budget Deficit and the Public Debt—Dealing with a Lurking Problem

US finances are on an unsustainable path, with annual deficits adding to the debt at a pace exceeding the rate of growth of the economy. In this policy brief, CED recommends practical solutions to the problem.

Executive Summary | 7 pages | December 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Policy Brief: The Federal Budget Deficit and the Public Debt—Dealing with a Lurking Problem

US finances are on an unsustainable path, with annual deficits adding to the debt at a pace exceeding the rate of growth of the economy. In this policy brief, CED recommends practical solutions to the problem.

Briefing | 14 pages | December 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Research Report: The Federal Budget Deficit and the Public Debt—Dealing with a Lurking Problem

CED warns that the nation’s debt is becoming a critical threat to the US world leadership and prosperity. This report covers the history of the debt, its detrimental effects, and workable, balanced solutions.

Report | 28 pages | December 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Trade Trends in 2017: Challenges and Opportunities for Canada’s Trade Relationships

Canada faces a dramatically changed global economic and business context. The Canadian economy is now characterized by weak domestic growth, uncertainty over the direction of the U.S. economy, and moderating but steady growth in emerging markets. Danielle Goldfarb will provide an overview of The Conference Board of Canada’s outlook on the key trends emerging in Canada’s trade. Webinar participants will receive a copy of the Conference Board’s publication: What will Canada’s Trade Look Like in 2020? Canada’s Export and Import Forecast by Main Trading Partners and the opportunity to learn more about the Canadian Interactive Trade Forecast. The Interactive Trade Forecast provides interactive charts which portrays trends in Canadian exports and imports by country and type of traded goods and services.

Recorded Webinar | December 2016 | Danielle Goldfarb | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View: November 2016

Short-term outlook for economic growth mainly unchanged after the Trump election.

Report | 9 pages | November 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® European View: November 2016

The outcome of US elections have further increased the level of uncertainty about the fate of the global economy, but bottom line growth results do not look very different from what The Conference Board projected before November 8th. Tax cuts and investment in infrastructure may provide some growth upside to the US economy in the short-term, but their impact will most likely be small.

Report | 8 pages | November 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The New Administration’s Lean towards Quantitative over Qualitative Sources of Growth Will Leave the Bottom Line Unchanged—at Least for Now

The outcome of US elections have further increased the level of uncertainty about the fate of the global economy, but bottom line growth results do not look very different from what The Conference Board projected before November 8th. Tax cuts and investment in infrastructure may provide some growth upside to the US economy in the short-term, but their impact will most likely be small.

Key Business Issues | 8 pages | November 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

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