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The financial services sector: boom and recession

The fluctuations in home construction (and prices) have been widely discussed, but swings in the financial services sector also are important elements of economic activity within U.S. states.
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The effects of Extending Unemployment Insurance Benefits

Longer benefits may reduce unemployed workers? job search efforts, decreasing their likelihood of becoming reemployed.
Economic Synopses , Issue 16

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The effects of large-scale asset purchases on TIPS inflation expectations

Large-scale asset purchases may have limited power to raise TIPS-implied inflation expectations?something that might appeal to policymakers fighting deflation.
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The FOMC’s interest rate policy: how long is the long run?

The only outcome consistent with the Fisher equation holding and the FOMC?s zero interest rate policy is that the ?long run? is considerably longer than 4.5 years.
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The Rising Federal Funds Rate in the Current Low Long-Term Interest Rate Environment

The low long-term yield is likely a result of high foreign demand for Treasuries rather than a near-zero federal funds rate.
Economic Synopses , Issue 10 , Pages 1-2

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Recent changes in labor force participation: trend or cycle?

During a recession, the participation rate typically declines as discouraged workers exit the labor force.
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What to Expect from Quantitative Tightening

Quantitative tightening is unlikely to noticeably impede economic activity.
Economic Synopses , Issue 8

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Jobless recoveries or jobless growth?

Jobless recoveries since 2000 may be attributed to a slowdown in the long-term employment trend.
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The Cyclicality of the Aging U.S. Motor Vehicle Fleet

More-reliable cars may have contributed to the slow rebound of auto sales and jobs after the past recession.
Economic Synopses , Issue 26

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Is more QE in sight?

Most analysts have concluded that the LSAP successfully reduced long-term market interest rates. How, exactly, do LSAP-style programs succeed?
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