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Bank Regulators Detail New Liquidity Standard for SIFIs

Central Banker , Issue Winter

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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

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Quantitative easing and money growth: potential for higher inflation?

The enormous quantity of excess reserves can create an even greater expansion in the money supply.>
Economic Synopses

Welcoming Remarks: Seventh Annual Community Banking in the 21st Century Conference

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard welcomed community bankers, academics, policymakers and bank regulators to the seventh annual Community Banking in the 21st Century research and policy conference. The conference is sponsored by the Federal Reserve System, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Speech , Paper 349

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The overlooked 40 percent: the rural Eighth District

Manufacturers are beginning to discover that, when it comes to an ample and affordable labor force, rural areas in our region put urban ones to pasture.
The Regional Economist , Issue Jan , Pages 4-9

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Signs point to stronger growth in GDP this year

The Regional Economist , Issue Apr

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There are two sides to every (employment redistribution) story!

The Regional Economist , Issue Jan , Pages 17

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Are small businesses the biggest producers of jobs?

It's often said that small businesses generate the most jobs in the U.S. This is true if one looks at the gross number of jobs. But because small businesses have a high failure rate, they are not the largest producer of jobs at the net level.
The Regional Economist , Issue Apr , Pages 8-9

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Commentary on \\"Federal credit and insurance programs: housing\\"

Review , Volume 88 , Issue Jul , Pages 311-322

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How Have Shanghai, Saudi Arabia, and Supply Chains Affected U.S. Inflation Dynamics?

Understanding and forecasting inflation has always been a key focus of macroeconomics and monetary policymaking. Historically, many macroeconomists and central banks have relied on the ?Phillips curve? framework for this purpose. Recently, however, the Phillips curve framework has not been performing well. This article examines a number of possible explanations for the breakdown of the ?Phillips curve? relationship between slack and inflation. These explanations include the possibility that the curve may have flattened or shifted, that standard measures may not be capturing key aspects of the ...
Review , Volume 101 , Issue 1 , Pages 27-44



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