Actual U.S economy

Employment:

A decrease in the annual % change of the initial jobless claims, but the numbers are still extremely high Compared to all the American historical record data, this has a negative effect on the demand for consumption and price levels.

Inflation :

Low inflation at around 0.2% year over year on the CPI and 1.2% in the Core CPI, but the decrease in inflation is at a lower rate, signaling that the pace of momentum to the downward is slowing down.

The Producer Price Index came negative for the second consecutive time, but May data came a little less negative at -0.8% from -1% in April on a year on year.

Growth:

The actual situation of the American economy is deflationary, most of coincident indicators that tracks the country’s global output and performance( industrial production, retail sales, GDP, housing starts…) are divided between deflationary and extreme deflation.

Major leading indicators are signaling an April bottoming, followed by a little upward retracement in May and June.

The recovery in major soft data indicates a transition from the extreme deflation, which needs a dovish Central bank, to less deflationary.

the recovery phase in the U.S economy is expected to last for a bit much longer, before reaching normal levels of growth