The Survey of Professional Forecasters is the oldest quarterly survey of macroeconomic forecasts in the United States. The survey began in 1968 and was conducted by the American Statistical Association and the National Bureau of Economic Research. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia took over the survey in 1990.
SKBI Principal Researcher, Thomas Lam, has been participating in the Survey of Professional Forecasters over the years.
Forecasters Make Upward Revisions to Near-Term Growth and Job Gains
Forecasters Maintain Their Expectations for Growth in 2023.
Forecasters See Higher Growth and Stronger Labor Market in 2023.
Forecasters Predict Lower Growth and Higher Unemployment Rate.
Forecasters See Slower Growth.
Forecasters Predict Slower Growth.
Forecasters See Slower Growth in the First Quarter.
Forecasters Project Slower Growth with Lower Unemployment.
Forecasters predict lower current-quarter growth, followed by stronger growth over subsequent quarters.
The Survey forecasts faster pace of economic rebound with stronger labor markets.
The Survey forecasts stronger economic rebound with lower unemployment.
The Survey forecasts slower near-term growth in the US but brighter outlook for employment.
Higher Growth in the Current Quarter.
Sharply Lower Growth in the Current Quarter, Followed by Recovery.
Stronger Output Growth and Higher Job Gains in 2020.
Lower Near-Term Growth.
Forecasters See Weaker Outlook for Near-Term Growth.
Forecasters See Lower Near-Term Growth.
Lower Near-Term Output Growth.
Weaker Near-Term Growth amid Stronger Job Gains.