Consumer Dynamics Center Publications

2017

  1. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    July 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    The US economy remains on track for above 2 percent growth in 2017

  2. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    June 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    The growth trend of US economy continues at about 2 percent.

  3. StraightTalk® Global Economic Outlook 2017: Can the Recent Upswing Put Global Growth Back on Track?

    June 2017 | StraightTalk®

    The latest estimates of monthly leading economic indicators and quarterly GDP growth indicate that rising confidence among business and consumers in recent quarters has translated into a small positive impact on the real economy.

  4. Conference Board Economics Watch® Economic Series Report

    May 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    Monthly economic series report

  5. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    May 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    Despite first quarter slowdown, the trend in economic growth remains unchanged.

  6. Conference Board Economics Watch® European View

    April 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    There is a widespread perception that the business climate in the Euro Area is improving. Available data - other than surveys - match these optimistic expectations only to some extent. 

  7. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    April 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    Economic activity lags behind stronger confidence 

  8. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    March 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    After a brief slowdown in Q1, the US economy returns to its slow growth trend.

  9. Conference Board Economics Watch® Economic Series Report

    March 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    Monthly economic series report

  10. StraightTalk® Global Economic Outlook 2017: Uncertainty and Global Growth Make Strange Bedfellows

    February 2017 | StraightTalk®

    Globally, 2017 growth is projected at about 2.9 percent—a notch up from earlier projections. For the medium term, there are no signs as yet that policy changes will raise the trend.