投资者预测美国将在 2023 年陷入经济衰退——以下是相关依据
Felix Richter is a data journalist at Statista.
Vaccines have helped to eradicate smallpox and polio in the US. But progress in eradicating other diseases has slowed, partially due to vaccine scepticism.
Half of investors expect a US recession in 2023, a Bloomberg survey shows. And Deutsche Bank is the first major bank to forecast a US recession next year.
U.S. inflation is at its highest since 1982, and that is before the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is factored in. Expect further rises in March
Personal consumption of goods and services have vastly risen, as well as private domestic investment. With the current economic climate, how is this so?
The number of Americans quitting their job under The Great Resignation has now exceeded pre-pandemic highs for eight straight months.
A vaccine has never been developed, tried, tested and manufactured faster than the COVID-19 vaccines have, with a record-breaking manufacturing scale-up.
The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) continues to rise in the US as inflation hits a 39-year high.
According to WHO estimates, 22.3 percent of all people aged 15 and older used tobacco in 2020, down from 32.7 percent at the turn of the millennium.
According to the Global Health Security Index, the world scored just 28.4 out of 100 for the prevention of release of new pathogens, like COVID-19.
International tourist arrivals increased by 58% in the three months ending September 30 compared to the same period of 2020, but remained 64% below 2019 levels.
4.4 million Americans left their jobs in September, meaning the number of US workers quitting has now exceeded pre-pandemic highs for six straight months.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports that July 2021 was the hottest month on record, with records dating back to 1880.
The smartphone market has slowed in recent years, with shipments of Apple, Samsung and others at 1,292 million units in 2020, its lowest total since 2013.
The deadly combination of extreme heat and drought has resulted in wildfires across Southern Europe forcing thousands to evacuate their homes.