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Consumer Debt Growth Stalls Despite Strong Sectors

The upward trend in per capita consumer debt slowed in the third quarter of 2016.
Quarterly Debt Monitor , Volume 1 , Issue 3 , Pages 1-6

The Enduring Regional Economic Challenges Associated with the Pandemic

Families in the Eighth District states are already struggling because of the pandemic. Until COVID-19 is reined in, the economic effects will likely endure.
On the Economy

Household Debt Relief Enters Critical Transition Period

The pandemic elicited many policy responses in support of consumer debt relief. These policies have already expired or will expire in 2022, ushering in a critical period of debt transition.
On the Economy

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A report on economic conditions in the Memphis zone

Burgundy Books , Issue 2Q

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Mortgage Debt Continues to Decline While Auto Lending Soars

Auto and student loans remained the fastest growing consumer debt categories in the second quarter, a Center for Household Financial Stability report states.
Quarterly Debt Monitor , Volume 1 , Issue 2 , Pages 1-7

Monitoring the Recovery of Vulnerable Workers and Their Families

Some vulnerable workers are experiencing a job recovery at the same pace as overall workers. But trends show little headway in narrowing pre-pandemic labor gaps.
On the Economy

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A report on economic conditions in the Little Rock zone

Burgundy Books , Issue 3Q

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Auto Debt Expansion Continues to Slow While Subprime Delinquencies Rise

In the fourth quarter of 2016, auto debt grew more slowly but subprime delinquencies on car loans rose.
Quarterly Debt Monitor , Volume 1 , Issue 4 , Pages 1-13

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The Fed's bloated balance sheet: how we got here and why it's familiar

Quantitative easing has led to the largest expansion of the Fed?s balance sheet since WW II. While this, naturally, leads to concern about inflation, the Fed has the tools to unwind the balance sheet once the economy builds steam.
The Regional Economist

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Job gains and losses at large and small firms during the Great Recession

Conventional wisdom says that employment at small firms declines more than employment at large firms during recessions. However, that doesn?t seem to have been the case during the Great Recession of 2007-09.
The Regional Economist , Issue Jul

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