The US economy stagnates as seen from above 0

The US economy stagnates as seen from above 0

USA Airports are full of planes, while highways, supermarket parking lots, and amusement parks are deserted.

Covid-19 is causing the US economy to stagnate as every sector is affected, forcing most workers to stay home.

The US Department of Labor reported midweek that 3.28 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits in the previous week.

Maxar Technologies, Planet Labs, ICEYE and Orbital Insight have collected satellite images to show declines in US business and consumer activity.

Covid-19 is causing the US economy to stagnate as every sector is affected, forcing most workers to stay home.

The US Department of Labor reported midweek that 3.28 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits in the previous week.

Maxar Technologies, Planet Labs, ICEYE and Orbital Insight have collected satellite images to show declines in US business and consumer activity.

The US economy stagnates as seen from above

Idle planes lined up at the Tulsa airport runways on March 24 (photo below), compared to the deserted scene earlier this month (photo above).

US airlines are canceling flights and grounding planes as travel demand plummets.

American and Delta Airlines each have a fleet of about 1,000 aircraft.

Idle planes lined up at the Tulsa airport runways on March 24 (photo below), compared to the deserted scene earlier this month (photo above).

US airlines are canceling flights and grounding planes as travel demand plummets.

American and Delta Airlines each have a fleet of about 1,000 aircraft.

The US economy stagnates as seen from above

American Airlines planes were parked at Birmingham, State of Alabama airport on March 22 (photo below), compared to the scene at the beginning of December last year (photo above).

American Airlines planes were parked at Birmingham, State of Alabama airport on March 22 (photo below), compared to the scene at the beginning of December last year (photo above).

The US economy stagnates as seen from above

A runway at the airport of Victorville, California, was filled with dozens of `airplanes` on March 25 (right photo).

A runway at the airport of Victorville, California, was filled with dozens of `airplanes` on March 25 (right photo).

The US economy stagnates as seen from above

Miami Beach was empty on March 20 (picture right).

Miami Beach was empty on March 20 (picture right).

The US economy stagnates as seen from above

Parking at a shopping center in the state of Colorado was sparse on March 24 (photo below).

Parking at a shopping center in the state of Colorado was sparse on March 24 (photo below).

There were very few cars on the highway in Los Angeles during rush hour on March 22 (picture right), very different from usual.

There were very few cars on the highway in Los Angeles during rush hour on March 22 (picture right), very different from usual.

On March 17, cargo containers at the port of Long Beach, California (right photo) were sparse compared to February 8 (left photo).

JP Morgan forecasts a 14% drop in US second-quarter GDP growth, while Goldman predicts a drop of 24%, Morgan Stanley expects a drop of up to 30%.

On March 17, cargo containers at the port of Long Beach, California (right photo) were sparse compared to February 8 (left photo).

JP Morgan forecasts a 14% drop in US second-quarter GDP growth, while Goldman predicts a drop of 24%, Morgan Stanley expects a drop of up to 30%.

Tu Anh (according to CNBC)

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