Nowcasting Report
Our model produces a “nowcast” of real GDP growth, incorporating a wide range of macroeconomic data as it becomes available.


 

Week Ending June 23, 2017: Highlights
  • The New York Fed Staff Nowcast stands at 1.9% for 2017:Q2 and 1.5% for 2017:Q3.
  • The effect of news from this week’s data releases was small, leaving the nowcast for both quarters broadly unchanged.


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2017 Releases
Released weekly at 11:15 a.m.
June 16 
June 9 
June 2 
May 26 
May 19 
May 12 
May 5 
April 28 
April 21 
April 14 
April 7 
March 31 
March 24 
March 17 
March 10 
March 3 
February 24 
February 17 
February 10 
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January 20 
January 13 
January 6 

2016 Releases

December 30 
December 23 
December 16 
December 2 
November 25 
November 18 
November 4 
October 21 
October 14 
October 7 
September 30 
September 23
September 9
September 2
August 26
August 19
August 12
August 5
July 29
July 15
July 8
July 1
June 24
June 17
June 3
May 27
May 20
May 13
May 6
April 29
April 15
April 8

We publish the report on Fridays (except on federal holidays) at 11:15 a.m., using data available up to 10 a.m.

Related Reading
Check out a Q&A with several of our macroeconomists in Hey, Economist! How Do You Forecast the Present?, Liberty Street Economics, June 16, 2017.
Read more about the 2016 launch in Just Released: Introducing the New York Fed Staff Nowcast, Liberty Street Economics, April 12, 2016.
How to cite this report:
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Nowcasting Report,
https://www.newyorkfed.org/research/policy/nowcast.html.

About the Nowcasting Report

The report tracks the evolution of the New York Fed Staff Nowcast of GDP growth and the impact of new data releases on the forecast. We update it each Friday (except on federal holidays) at 11:15 a.m., using data available up to 10 a.m.

The New York Fed Staff Nowcast is not an official forecast of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, its president, the Federal Reserve System, or the Federal Open Market Committee.

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