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U.S. Job Polarization Persists

Job polarization has existed before, during, and since the Great Recession.
Economic Synopses , Issue 21

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The great foreign exchange intervention of 2011

In response to volatile market conditions, the G-7 financial authorities announced late on March 17 that they would jointly intervene the next day to reduce the value of the yen, citing concerns about ?excess volatility and disorderly movements.? The yen immediately depreciated and traded with much less volatility in the subsequent week.
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Unemployment and the role of monetary policy

On balance, the figure suggests that structural unemployment during economic downturns has increased since 1991.
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The European debt crisis and U.S. economic growth

The recent strengthening of the correlations between U.S. GDP growth and that of Mexico, Canada, and Euro-19 validates further consideration of the performance of U.S. trade partners for growth.
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How Accurate Are Measures of Long-Term Inflation Expectations?

Inflation expectations formed in the mid-2000s weren?t very accurate?in large part because of the shocks from the recession and financial crisis.
Economic Synopses , Issue 9

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Why is employment growth so low?

Anemic investment in residential and commercial real estate has been a significant factor contributing to slow growth in employment.
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Resolving a banking crisis, the Nordic way

The Nordic bank resolution is widely regarded as among the most successful in history. ; Also issued as Monetary Trends, April 2009
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How not to reduce excess reserves

Experience demonstrates that raising reserve requirements is surely not the best way to eliminate excess reserves.
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Measuring financial market stress

Although the St. Louis Financial Stress Index suggests the level of financial stress in the markets has declined significantly since September 2008, the stress level remains modestly higher than average.
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Monetary policy at the zero bound

The average relationship between changes in the 10-year Treasury yield and changes in the funds rate over the 1987-2007 sample period is not indicative of the relationship between changes in the funds rate and changes in the 10-year Treasury yield that existed for more than a decade prior to the financial crisis.
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