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Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City  Series:Macro Bulletin 

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What Could Resurging U.S. Energy Production Mean for the U.S. Trade Deficit?

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Tracking Consumer Credit Trends

Troy Davig and William Xu find that a larger share of consumers with low credit scores are increasing their debt than those with high credit scores.
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U.S.exports and foreign economic growth : which regions matter most?

U.S. export growth tends to vary with changes in different foreign regions' economic growth rates. This article estimates how much change in U.S. export growth may be associated with a rise or fall in a given region's GDP growth.
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The wage cycle and shadow labor supply

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How much of the fall in inflation can be explained by energy and import prices?

A. Lee Smith finds that recent declines in inflation may be due to historically large movements in oil prices and the foreign exchange value of the dollar.
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What's Driving Leveraged Loan Spreads?

Syndicated loan spreads have declined since the financial crisis, reducing the cost of credit for corporate borrowers. However, the combination of aggressive loan pricing and weaker credit protections has concerned market observers. We find that syndicated loan spreads have declined across loan and borrower types since the crisis. We also find the decline has been more pronounced for highly leveraged borrowers and has accelerated since 2016, especially for term loans.
Macro Bulletin , Issue February 27, 2019 , Pages 1-5

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Why Has Inflation Persistence Declined?

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How Does a Rise in International Shipping Costs Affect U.S. Inflation?

Trenton Herriford, Elizabeth M. Johnson, Nicholas Sly, and A. Lee Smith find that an increase in ocean shipping costs leads to a modest boost in core inflation after one year.
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Has the U.S. economy become less interest rate sensitive?

Jonathan L. Willis and Guangye Cao investigate shifts in the economy?s sensitivity to interest rates by examining how total employment responds to changes in monetary policy.
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Opportunity knocks: improved matching of jobs and workers

Tzemen and Willis illustrate that over the past year, workers found jobs more closely matched to their educational attainment.
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