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When the #Fed shrinks its balance sheet, how is the fed funds rate affected? This Policy Hub article quantifies how many interest rate hikes quantitative tightening equals and compares tightening's effects during normal times vs. during financial crises. atlfed.org/3aIdizK
Today I had the pleasure of meeting with @AtlantaFed President @RaphaelBostic to show off our beautiful @CityofTampa, talk about our growth and share how we're tackling our greatest challenges. @TampaEDC and SPP were amazing hosts and gave a great tour of @WaterStTampa. 🏗️k
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7/14: Our #WageGrowth Tracker shows median wage growth increased to 6.7% in June. Read more on the #AtlantaFed website: atlfed.org/3yK06SZ
#Hiring | As a Cybersecurity Supervision Specialist, you’ll play a key part in fulfilling our mission as you collaborate with leading #FedTech professionals to ensure the safety & soundness of our nation’s large and foreign banks. Learn more & #apply now: bit.ly/3ccl997
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Understanding wage changes over time relies on consistent data. A Policy Hub: Macroblog post discusses how recent proposals would affect the ability of the Atlanta Fed’s Wage Growth Tracker to accurately view wage changes over time. atlfed.org/3Olhkff
While on a visit to @StPeteFL, president @RaphaelBostic participated in a community development roundtable at @HealthyStPete to hear about local economic drivers and challenges.
Atlanta Fed president @RaphaelBostic met with @MayorKenWelch and Deputy Mayor Stephanie Owens of @StPeteFL during a visit to Southwest Florida to discuss initiatives and partnerships that foster an economy that works for everyone. #everyoneseconomy
Atlanta Fed research looks at the shift to remote work, finding that the shift moderates wage growth by 2 percentage points over two years, shrinking the real-wage catchup effect on near-term inflation pressures by more than half. atlfed.org/3aCWZnK
Despite some pronounced headwinds, economic growth continues—albeit more slowly. This Economy Matters article discusses the Beige Book’s latest findings on conditions in southeastern energy production, residential real estate, and more. atlfed.org/3o1YXBe
Price pressure intensified in June, with most underlying CPI inflation measures moving farther away from levels consistent with the FOMC's price stability mandate. atlfed.org/3RyLb6m
#InflationProject: The sticky-price CPI surged in June, posting its highest monthly increase since the early 1980s. atlfed.org/3AND6Vz
July 13: We’ve updated our Taylor Rule Utility data by incorporating #BLSdata in addition to nowcasts from the @ClevelandFed and @AtlantaFed: atlfed.org/3RwmqrO
Lessons Learned from #COVID19: @RichmondFed’s Jessica Olayvar discusses the financial resilience and commitment of community banks to support their customers and local economies during the most challenging times. Read #CommunityBankingConnections for more: bit.ly/3ujMfBf
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Register for tomorrow's #AtlFedEconEd webinar, The Changing Workforce and You, where we'll share free classroom-ready resources for teaching about careers, personal finance, and the economy.   atlfed.org/3yGDqD8 twitter.com/AtlantaFed/sta…
How do consumers without credit or debit cards make payments, and do consumers without these payment cards differ from other consumers? This Policy Hub article explores some questions surrounding inclusion in the payment system. atlfed.org/3yC7O1m
This Partners Update article discusses proposed updates to the #CommunityReinvestmentAct and asks the public for comments. atlfed.org/3RrH8sy Listen to related podcast: atlfed.org/3RlMlSK #EveryonesEconomy
Higher prices and rapidly rising rates have led to record level declines in housing affordability and a weakening of housing demand. This Economy Matters article discusses the Home Ownership Affordability Monitor’s newest findings. atlfed.org/3AIPXbE
We've updated our Market Probability Tracker following @BLS_gov's release of June's #employment report. View the #AtlantaFed update online now: atlfed.org/3c4ZKyj #ATLFedResearch
Join #AtlFedEconEd on Wednesday, July 13, for our webinar, The Changing Workforce and You: Implications for Your Personal Financial Future. Register for this and other upcoming events: atlfed.org/3RkL7Y0
The second day of the Atlanta Fed’s recent workshop on monetary and financial history included discussions of the past and future of money. A new Policy Hub: Macroblog post recaps the day’s discussions and presentations. atlfed.org/3Iqh0dM
When is GDPNow updated and what’s reflected in each update? Follow release details and dates here: atlfed.org/3HU9Pdk
Curious about the details behind GDPNow? Find underlying source data, forecasts, and model parameters in this spreadsheet: atlfed.org/3nkhDM5
What is GDPNow? How is a nowcast different from a forecast? Watch this video for an explanation from GDPNow’s creator, economist Pat Higgins: youtu.be/IpQzixSMjfs
On July 8, the #GDPNow model nowcast of real GDP growth in Q22022 is -1.2%. bit.ly/32EYojR #ATLFedResearch Download our EconomyNow app or go to our website for the latest GDPNow nowcast. bit.ly/2TPeYLT
July 8: We've updated our #LaborMarket spider chart to reflect June data from @BLS_gov: #JobsReport #ATLFedResearch
July 8: We've updated our Jobs Calculator to reflect June data from @BLS_gov. How was the #unemployment rate outlook affected? View the #AtlantaFed's data: atlfed.org/3BopOfT #ATLFedResearch #JobsReport
July 8: We've updated our #LaborMarket Sliders to reflect June data from @BLS_gov. Test your "what-ifs" on the #AtlantaFed website: atlfed.org/3uRqHLs #ATLFedResearch #JobsReport
July 8: With today's @BLS_gov data release, we've updated our #Labor Report First Look. Take a peek at the #AtlantaFed's website: atlfed.org/3uz8O56 #ATLFedResearch #JobsReport
"Do you think output catches up with the strong employment or does employment catch up with the weak output?" @JoeSquawk asks @AtlantaFed president @RaphaelBostic:
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"This report just reaffirms that the economy is strong and there is still a lot of momentum in the labor market," @AtlantaFed president @RaphaelBostic tells @steveliesman on the latest jobs data. "We are starting to see those signs of slowdown which is what we need."
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"I'm fully supportive of moving 75 basis points," says @AtlantaFed president @RaphaelBostic. "The tremendous momentum in the economy to me suggests that we can move 75 basis points at the next meeting and not see a lot of protracted damage to the broader economy."
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Coming up at 8:45 a.m. ET, Atlanta Fed president @RaphaelBostic is interviewing live with @CNBC senior economics reporter @steveliesman. Catch it on @SquawkCNBC: cnbc.com/live-tv/
The COVID-19 pandemic caused significant distress in the mortgage market and led the federal government to intervene with an array of policies. This Policy Hub article looks at which policies helped mortgage holders—and which ones proved less effective. atlfed.org/3P6tl8S
When is GDPNow updated and what’s reflected in each update? Follow release details and dates here: atlfed.org/3HU9Pdk
Curious about the details behind GDPNow? Find underlying source data, forecasts, and model parameters in this spreadsheet: atlfed.org/3nkhDM5
What is GDPNow? How is a nowcast different from a forecast? Watch this video for an explanation from GDPNow’s creator, economist Pat Higgins: atlfed.org/3NxtuRE
On July 7, the #GDPNow model nowcast of real GDP growth in Q22022 is -1.9%. bit.ly/32EYojR #ATLFedResearch Download our EconomyNow app or go to our website for the latest GDPNow nowcast. bit.ly/2TPeYLT
The second quarter 2022 edition of Economy Matters’ “ViewPoint,” from the Atlanta Fed’s Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division, takes a look at national and southeastern banking conditions. atlfed.org/3ACo6tB
In the newest edition of Economy Matters’ “ViewPoint,” Doris Quiros of the Atlanta Fed’s Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division discusses topics of interest to bankers, including rules regarding funds transfers and the Community Reinvestment Act. atlfed.org/3ai0AYi
July 6: View our updated #LaborMarket spider chart with May #JOLTS data: atlfed.org/3bYwJ7L #ATLFedResearch
ICYMI: On May 5, @federalreserve @FDICgov @USOCC issued a joint proposal to strengthen and modernize the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). Visit the CRA: Building Blocks for Change series from @FedCommunities to learn more: atlfed.org/3nJ1WOB
The Atlanta Fed recently held a two-day workshop on monetary and financial history, exploring what past events can reveal about today’s economy. A new Policy Hub: Macroblog post summarizes the workshop’s first day. atlfed.org/3OUgQOg
"The Fourth of July holiday is an ideal time to reflect on the freedoms Americans enjoy and on the Federal Reserve's role in supporting our economy and the welfare of our citizens." -Raphael Bostic
July 1: We’ve updated our Taylor Rule Utility data by incorporating #BEAdata in addition to nowcasts from the @ClevelandFed and @AtlantaFed: atlfed.org/3gH0CbU
Today is President Susan M. Collins’ official first day as the 14th president and CEO of the #BostonFed. She brings decades of experience as an international macroeconomist and a lifelong interest in policy and public service to the Bank and role. ➡️ bit.ly/3ud7ep9
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When is GDPNow updated and what’s reflected in each update? Follow release details and dates here: atlfed.org/3HU9Pdk
Curious about the details behind GDPNow? Find underlying source data, forecasts, and model parameters in this spreadsheet: atlfed.org/3nkhDM5
What is GDPNow? How is a nowcast different from a forecast? Watch this video for an explanation from GDPNow’s creator, economist Pat Higgins: youtu.be/IpQzixSMjfs
On July 1, the #GDPNow model nowcast of real GDP growth in Q22022 is -2.1%. bit.ly/32EYojR #ATLFedResearch Download our EconomyNow app or go to our website for the latest GDPNow nowcast. bit.ly/2TPeYLT
School's out for the summer, but the first bell this fall will be here before you know it! This month’s financial tips offer strategies to get the most for your money when it’s time for back-to-school shopping. atlfed.org/3OAIpMc
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