The Conference Board Economy Watch: October 2020—United States View

The Conference Board, Inc., 7 pages, November 13, 2020
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U.S. GDP growth will surge in Q3 but will cool substantially in Q4 as the consumer rebound fizzles.

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The steady recovery in economic indicators in Q3 2020 is beginning to decelerate. The Conference Board’s base case forecast scenario for the U.S. economy yields a 34.6 percent (annualized) pop in GDP growth in Q3 but growth of just 1.5 percent in Q4. Improvements in the labour market, consumer confidence, and personal savings rates are not driving a sufficiently rapid rebound in consumption to quickly end the recession. However, as the path to recovery remains highly uncertain, we also offer upside and downside scenarios for future growth.

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