Economic Outlook – Q4 2021

The GYF Business Valuation & Litigation Support Services Group continues to monitor economic conditions. An increase in positive coronavirus cases attributable to the omicron variant has slowed the economy’s return to “normal.” Continued themes are supply chain disruptions that may not normalize until well into 2023 and unemployment rates returning to the natural rate with prolonged labor shortages in certain sectors.

After considering all factors, the economy at the end of 2021 was continuing to expand, but expansion may be short-lived. Review the Highlights or read our Q4 2021 Economic Outlook for more analysis of various economic indicators.

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Logan Nawrocki

Logan has two years of professional experience and has earned the CVA credential from NACVA. As part of the GYF Business Valuation team, he performs risk identification, financial statement analysis, industry and economic research, and financial modeling. Logan has assisted with the valuation of privately-held companies for variety of purposes.
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