There are signs the U.S. economy is slowly improving after the destruction caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
At least, that’s the view of columnist Kimberly Amadeo, who writes an online economic column at thebalance.com.
In it, she says the U.S. economy is slowly improving after the painful illnesses and deaths caused by the COVID-19 virus that swept throughout the United States, closing stores, restaurants, schools, churches, delivery services and a range of other businesses.
This “cautiously positive outlook” is based on reviews of key economic indicators, medical statistics, hospital records and economic statistics, as well as accelerating business reopenings.
Amadeo notes, “Analysts also have taken a hard look at oil and gas prices, and the impact on climate change.” But she adds, “The most critical…