It’s hard to believe that we’re approaching a year since the US economy shut down due to COVID. Vaccines continue to roll out though and people are ready to have fun. Strong demand is putting pressure on COVID-impacted supply chains and potentially creating inflationary forces.
Succinct Summary: The economy continues its two speed recovery, but there are some signs that growth may be slowing. Even companies that benefitted from the pandemic, like Netflix, are seeing the after-effect of demand that was pulled forward to earlier in the year. Elections will be a key source of uncertainty in the coming weeks. And COVID infections are stubbornly high. But consumers are going crazy at home.
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