Here's a link to a ProQuest Central article database search, about the effect of the pandemic on United States monetary policy.
Monetary Policy OR Fiscal Policy
AND "united states" OR "federal reserve"
AND covid-19 OR coronavirus OR pandemic
Or, try your own search in the ProQuest Central database:
1) Start with the CIA's World Factbook for background, trade and economic information, Gini coefficient (income distribution), current issues.
Citations: Free government websites usually do not offer citations. Create your own.
2) From Michigan State University.
3) This database offers country histories:
4) World Bank economic data:
Use Advanced Search in these databases.
[Your country] AND
Use quotation marks for phrases:
An asterisk (*) searches for all word endings. This is called truncation, or wildcard searching.
Use the Start Your Research Here search box on the home page to find any missing facts.
The Statista database offers statistics and reports on your country, with citations.
FRED offers graphs with GINI coefficients (Income Distribution). From St. Louis Federal Reserve.
Citations: Create your own. Citations are not usually offered by free websites.
Library databases will create draft APA citations for you, but make sure they're correct.