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Dollar-Denominated Public Debt in Asia and Latin America

Some countries have high levels of dollar-denominated public debt, which could create a risk for them if U.S. interest rates increase.
On the Economy

Journal Article
Educational Attainment of Immigrants at the National and Eighth District Levels

What role does the foreign-born population play in the economy? Educational attainment and earnings data shed light on potential contributions.
The Regional Economist , Volume 28 , Issue 4

Journal Article
What Is Driving Unauthorized Immigration to the U.S.?

Unauthorized immigration to the U.S. has risen and fallen over time. What factors are behind a recent increase in southwestern border crossings?
The Regional Economist

COVID-19 and Unauthorized Immigration at the Southwest Border

A drop in U.S. enforcement encounters in the spring suggested the pandemic temporarily slowed unauthorized entry attempts, but such encounters have risen in recent months.
On the Economy

STEM Skills among Foreign-born Workers in the U.S.

Census data show that college-educated foreign-born workers have a relatively larger presence in STEM occupations than those born in the U.S.
On the Economy

St. Louis Fed Research Associates Discuss Work and Experiences

RAs help the St. Louis Fed’s staff of economists investigate topics ranging from productivity to unemployment.
On the Economy

Journal Article
Commercial Loans Rise Sharply during COVID-19 Pandemic

During the first several months of the COVID-19 pandemic, commercial lending increased as small businesses sought loans from the Paycheck Protection Program.
The Regional Economist

Journal Article
Immigrant Employment Patterns during the Pandemic

Immigrant employment in the U.S. appears to be returning to pre-COVID-19 levels following a disproportionally sharp decline early in the pandemic.
The Regional Economist

A Look at Recent Refugee Admissions into the U.S. amid COVID-19 Disruptions

The ceiling on the number of refugees eligible to enter the country was sharply increased in fiscal year 2021. Yet COVID-19 hindered their entry.
On the Economy

How Does St. Louis-Area Immigration Differ from National Trends?

Local immigrants with at least a bachelor’s degree are more likely to specialize in the physical sciences than immigrants nationally.
On the Economy

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