Decisions from The Federal Reserve influence Wall Street and Main Street in different ways. In this week's MainStreet Macro, ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson discusses the three roles the Fed must play to help Wall Street, Main Street and the overall economy.
It's graduation season! Many students will face significant student loan debt. ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson highlights three reasons Main Street should care about this growing challenge. For more information, visit https://www.adpri.org.
With millions of workers sidelined since the pandemic, some are wondering why many businesses are still reporting labor shortages. It begs the question... where are the workers? ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson dives into the context and definition of labor shortages. For more economic insights, go to https://www.adpri.org. To submit your questions -- email MainStreetMacro@adp.com.
Your summer plans may have a big impact on the economy. ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson examines key vacation questions influencing the economic recovery. For more insights, check out https://www.adpri.org/.
On this week's MainStreet Macro, we focus on the most important indicator for economic recovery – consumer spending. The landscape that frames the retail industry is transforming. ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson breaks down how the retail remix is affecting the recovery. For more insights, go to https://www.adpri.org. To submit a question, email us at MainStreetMacro@adp.com.