One of the earliest U.S. analysts to warn about the novel coronavirus examines the rise in mortality, the accelerated decline in childbirth and early 2020’s pause on marriages and divorces, and what they all might imply for the broader economy.
Prior to COVID-19, rural and urban America’s economic paths were diverging. Where they will go next remains to be seen.
U.S. birth and marriage rates—and the life expectancy of its young people—are falling. How should banks respond to America’s demographic disaster?