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Dear Diary: Today in Fed History…

Charles S. Hamlin, the first Chair of the Federal Reserve Board (1914-16), kept handwritten diaries. FRASER has them.

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The Housing Market Can Affect Jobs

From Economic Synopses: Areas with large declines in house values also had large declines in employment.      

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Have Labor Costs Slowed the Recovery?

From Economic Synopses: Recent labor costs have actually grown more slowly than during the previous recovery.

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Capital Changes in China

From Economic Synopses: Relatively speaking, the U.S. pays less to borrow and China earns less from lending. New Chinese policies may change that.

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Who Benefits from Too Big To Fail?

From Economic Synopses: “Too Big To Fail” has some consequences that may not be so obvious.

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FRED Moved Uptown

You can now visit FRED at https://fred.stlouisfed.org. Take a brief tour of its new forms and functions.

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China’s Reserves

Economic Synopses looks at China’s supply of foreign reserves and potential effects on the U.S. economy.

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On Fiscal Policy

Economic Synopses describes why deficits are expected to persist and debt is projected to grow.

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FRED’s New Look

New FRED design launches in June. Be among the first to see it! GDP never looked so good!

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Econ Info Conference: Seeking Proposals

The St. Louis Fed’s Beyond the Numbers conference is Oct. 6-8, 2016. You can submit a proposal for a session, panel, workshop, or lightning talk. Deadline: May 31.

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