This page shows a series of U.S. business and economic indicators with the objective of providing a snapshot of the current health of the U.S. economy. The white arrow shows the latest level relative to the range of data since 1990 and the white dot is the data 3 months ago. This combination aims to show the direction of data. Despite the pandemic, a number of cyclical indicators in the U.S. is in strong shape, such as consumer and business confidence, job growth and capital expenditure. A long period of an elevated reading could be interpreted as rising risk of the economy overheating and facing some inflation risks.