New York Fed Index Shows Global Supply Chain Pressures May Have Peaked

The New York Federal Reserve released a new Index, The Global Supply Chain Pressure Index (GSCPI). The NY Fed concluded that global supply chain pressures may have peaked and might start to moderate somewhat going forward. The index uses 27 variables that are meant to capture factors that put pressure on the global supply chain, both domestically and internationally. GSCPI twenty-seven variables: The 27 variables include shipping rates and air freight costs between the United States, Asia and Europe. The … Continue reading “New York Fed Index Shows Global Supply Chain Pressures May Have Peaked”