The Livingston Survey was started in 1946 by the late columnist Joseph Livingston. It is the oldest continuous survey of economists' expectations. It summarizes the forecasts of economists from industry, government, banking and academia. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia took responsibility for the survey in 1990.
SKBI Principal Researcher, Thomas Lam, has been participating in The Livingston Survey as the only Asian voice.
Forecasters Strengthen Their Projections for Real GDP Growth and Lower Their Predictions for Unemployment Rate.
Forecasters Project Decreasing Real GDP Growth and Increasing Unemployment Rate for 2023.
Forecasters Lower Their Forecasts for Real GDP Growth and the Unemployment Rate.
Forecasters Revise Down Real GDP Growth for Second Half of 2021; Revise Up Growth for First Half of 2022.
Forecasters strengthen their forecasts for real GDP growth and the unemployement rate.
Forecasters revise up real GDP Growth for second half of 2020; revise down growth for first half of 2021.
Sharply Negative Growth in Real GDP and High Unemployment for First Half of 2020, Recovery Second Half of 2020.
Forecasters Predict Lower Output Growth for the Second Half of 2019.
Forecasters Predict Declining Growth and Steady Unemployment.
Forecasters Predict Slightly Lower Output Growth and Steady Unemployment for 2019.