TIPP Poll data on Americans' perception of the economy is the foundation for this section. Topics covered include U.S. consumer confidence, consumer sentiment, job market, economic growth, recession, financial stress, economic outlook, personal financial outlook, federal economic policies. We also cover trade, taxes, and debt. Our TIPP economic optimism index, financial stress index, job sensitivity metrics, and other polling on current economic issues drive the discussions.
While last year was challenging for the global economy, Taiwan demonstrated its resilience with an impressive economic performance, according to a survey of 1,050 members from 500 international companies. Among the respondents, more than 87 percent expressed confidence in Taiwan's economic growth over the next 12 months, while 83
The IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism Index swoons in January.
One-year anniversary report of President Biden's performance
The latest edition of the Nikkei COVID-19 Recovery Index highlights a divide between Asia and the West. The U.S. has a particularly rough time as the omicron variant drives an explosion in cases. Asian economies occupy half the top 15 spots. So far, the region has been spared a
Vaccine-resistant COVID Variants Omicron might not be the curveball to throw the economic recovery off track, but a future variant could potentially be one such risk. Supply Chain Bottlenecks While there are signs that supply shortages are easing with a drop in shipping costs and a rise in chip exports,
Americans Oppose Tax Increases to Fund Increased Government Spending
UTS's Australia-China Relations Institute has released figures that show the value of 12 Australian exports to China affected by sanctions fell by $US12.6 billion ($17.3b) in the first nine months of this year compared with 2019. During the same period, the value of U.S. exports of the
Americans hold Washington accountable for inflation and President Biden and government regulations for supply chain issues.