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A report on economic conditions in the St. Louis zone

Burgundy Books , Issue 4Q

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ALLL best practices: keep the appropriate allowance for loan and lease losses reserve

Central Banker , Issue Spr

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Recession or depression?

"Although the current recession may.. be the longest in the postwar period, it is by no means certain that it will be the deepest, but it's increasingly looking that way."
Economic Synopses

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Money supply, credit expansion, and housing price inflation

Credit and M2 may be driven simultaneously as part of a broader financial intermediation process; a common underlying factor may be the interest rate
Economic Synopses

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Lagging Long-Term Wage Growth

The long-run trend of average wages has consistently failed to keep pace with overall economic growth.
Economic Synopses , Issue 14

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Why Are U.S. Bond Yields So High?

This essay investigates why the 10-year U.S. yield has exceeded those of other developed countries and why it has risen relative to those other yields since 2014.
Economic Synopses , Issue 18 , Pages 1-2

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Why Is the St. Louis Metro Area Population Growing So Slowly?

According to an economic model, St. Louis should have grown 11% since 2000 but grew 4.7%.
Economic Synopses , Issue 14

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Why HARM the subprime borrower?

Hybrid adjustable rate mortgages (HARM) were designed to be refinanced by the reset date, when the interest rate would jump. These mortgages worked out well for many people who were credit risks - but only as long as housing prices continued to rise.
The Regional Economist , Issue Apr , Pages 21-22

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Higher GDP Growth in the Long Run Requires Higher Productivity Growth

The Regional Economist , Issue October

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The \\"man-cession\\" of 2008-2009: it's big, but it's not great

That men are losing jobs at a much faster rate than women during this recession shouldn't be a surprise. The pattern is typical. And it's not just the men in the hard hats who are out of a job - men in almost all categories of work are being affected disproportionately.
The Regional Economist , Issue Oct , Pages 4-9

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