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How are #minoritybanks holding up during the COVID-19 pandemic? #SFFedResearch's Simon Kwan explores the data from his #EconomicLetter: #EconTwitter
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We're looking for a Senior BSA Risk Specialist to supervise the Federal Reserve System’s largest portfolio of regional banking organizations. Read more about the position here: | #SFFedJobs #ApplyToday #NowHiring
Join us and @AspenFSP August 25, for a virtual event to launch a new issue of our #CommunityDevelopment Innovation Review that explores the promises and pitfalls of #fintech as a means of expanding financial inclusion. Register here:
Overreacting to what is likely a temporary inflation surge isn’t free. It can short-circuit our recovery, ultimately undermining both full employment and price stability. Prudent risk management requires balancing ALL the costs, present and future.
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Climate change more strongly linked to downside growth risks: Fed paper by @bcheungz
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#Fintech, #RacialEquity and #Inclusive Financial Systems, coming to you on August 25. A conversation between the @sffed @MaryDalyEcon and @AspenInstitute's @idarademacher. Don't miss this one! REGISTER:
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Are you serving communities in the midst of #COVID19? The Fed needs your input on the pandemic’s effect on low- to moderate-income communities and #CommDev work: | #LMI #CommunityDevelopment
What’s a CDFI? #CommunityDevelopment Financial Institutions have a mission to provide lending to low-income, low-wealth and other disadvantaged communities. Read more about their work: | #CDFISurvey
Will the recent fast pace of productivity growth continue? Our latest Letter finds the fast pace, which is similar to what we saw around the Great Recession, is mostly cyclical and thus not likely to persist: | #EconTwitter #SFFedResearch
Watch live today at 1:30 p.m. ET: #FedChair Powell takes questions from educators and students across the U.S.: #FedTownHall
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In addition to the latest outlook for CA and the U.S. from our economists, we're pleased to announce our keynote speaker @MaryDalyEcon and an expert panel featuring @joebrusuelas, @MichaelDTubbs, Paul Ong, @sbohnHQ & Martin Gilens. Register for FREE --->
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Our latest Letter points out that the fast recent pace of productivity growth looks similar to what we saw around the Great Recession. It is driven by cyclical effects, and thus may not persist: | #EconTwitter #SFFedResearch
We're looking for a Lead Cloud Engineer to focus on collecting, parsing, managing, analyzing, and visualizing large sets of data to turn information into insights. Read more about the position here: | #SFFedJobs #ApplyToday #NowHiring
How is the pandemic affecting the economic resiliency of low- to moderate-Income communities? Take the Fed’s #COVID19 survey today: | #LMI
To increase access to small business credit for underserved communities, we are initiating an ongoing effort to identify possible solutions. Join us 10/14 for our virtual event, Equitable Access to Small Business Credit. Register here: | #SFFedEquity
Our latest #CommunityDevelopment blog talks with four Bay Area Community Development Corporations, who provide essential affordable housing, local services, and community amenities, about the challenges that have been brought on by the #pandemic:
What does the weaker link between changes in inflation and the output gap mean for the Phillips curve? Our latest #EconomicLetter examines why the modern version of the classic curve has appeared to become flatter over time: #SFFedResearch #EconTwitter
How can we shore up our financial system to be more inclusive? What role can the Federal Reserve play in facilitating access to credit? Join us 10/14 for our virtual event, Equitable Access to Small Business Credit. Register here: | #SFFedEquity
Mary Daly of the @sffed tells the @FinancialTimes the US central bank could begin "dialing back" its monetary support by the end of the year…
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I feel like I know what I want in a career, some people never figure out what they want to do. You think you want to try out something and you're six months into it and your life is miserable. I feel like I have that peace of mind where I know what I'm good at." #SFFedInterns
I guess when you think of a bank job, you think it's all business, it's all serious, and you're not here to have any fun. [But] so far, this internship has been awesome, everyone's been nice, approachable, and I'm just having a lot of fun here.
Our last #SFFedIntern we are highlighting is Logan Prince, a graduate student at Cal Poly and Police Services intern, whose service in the Marines has led him to his career path.
"My two brothers and I, all of us served in the Marine Corps. I had an older brother who was a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was first deployed to support that in 2003. He always served as a role model for me, that was my biggest motivation to enlist.
Tapering of asset purchases could start as soon as this year, says Fed’s Daly
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#COVID19 has threatened Community Development Corporations, which provide essential affordable housing, local services, and community amenities. Four Bay Area CDCs shared the challenges they are facing in the wake of the pandemic:
To help #GetCoinMoving, financial institutions are once again accepting rolled coin; many have even increased deposit limits. Before attempting to redeem coins for cash at these institutions, contact local branches about policies, as they may vary. @sffed
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"We learned this in the aftermath of the Great Recession... As the economy improved, workers came off the sidelines. And year after year, the employment rate rose, eventually surpassing its pre-recession peak." President Daly explains in our latest blog:
Join us August 25 for a virtual event with @AspenFSP to launch a new issue of our Community Development Innovation Review that explores #fintech as a means of expanding #financialinclusion and reaching underserved communities of color. Register here:
Extreme heat and raging fires are a stark reminder that climate matters. The toll is measured in lost lives, lost livelihoods, and lost opportunities. Climate risk is an economic risk, with the potential to disrupt growth today and in the future.
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Nonemployer firms, which are businesses with no employees other than the owner(s), make up 81% of US #SmallBusinesses. Did they get the funding they needed during the #pandemic? Read the #SBCS report:…
Climate change and financial risk. The SF Fed's virtual seminars on climate economics
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I'm working on my first manuscript now, I'm three quarters of the way finished. I think it brings balance to my life. I feel like having that data side to me just improves my writing. And I do a lot of research for this stuff, I'm not just writing the fiction." #SFFedInterns
I write science fiction. Hopefully one day I'll be a published author. The funny thing is, throughout school and stuff like that, I was always more math focused. But I always had a passion for books. And then I just thought, 'Why not? Why can't I write my own?'
"I've always had a fascination with numbers, depending on how you use them they can tell the truth and they can explain a lot of stuff in life. I feel like data essentially can help us solve a lot of problems in the world, if we just actually take the time to use and collect it.
Our next #SFFedIntern we're highlighting is Simir Cooper, a student at the University of San Francisco and intern in Project Management, who uses his love of math and data not just at the Fed, but also in his hobbies.
How are #minoritybanks holding up during the COVID-19 pandemic? #SFFedResearch's Simon Kwan explores the data from his #EconomicLetter: #EconTwitter
ICY just MI: @BrianJScheid interviewed @sffed EVP Sylvain Leduc on a wide range of monetary policy related topics - #COVID19, unemployment, climate change & more. Their conversation is here:…
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Our livestream with the @sffed is starting now! Join us for a conversation on monetary policy and bridging economic disparities in the wake of Covid-19:
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Have structural changes in the economy made the Phillips curve less meaningful? Our latest #EconomicLetter shows that, while anchored inflation expectations have changed the formula, the underlying link appears alive and well: #SFFedResearch #EconTwitter
The SCALE tool is a free resource developed by the @federalreserve to assist banks with assets under $1B in implementing CECL. For more information about the SCALE method and tool:
We're looking for an Associate Regulatory Data Analyst to ensure the accuracy of banking structure information in the National Information Center database. Read more about the position here: #SFFedJobs #ApplyToday #NowHiring
Join us on Aug. 10 at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT for a conversation with Sylvain Leduc, Executive Vice President and Director of Research of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Have a question for Dr. Leduc? RSVP and leave a question in our LinkedIn event!
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How have the public’s views of #inflation changed? Our latest #EconomicLetter explores how inflation expectations have become more anchored and how lower sensitivity to current inflation has affected the #Phillipscurve: #SFFedResearch #EconTwitter
New #WorkingPaper from #SFFedResearch: International Evidence on Extending Sovereign Debt Maturities by Jens H.E. Christensen, Jose A. Lopez, and Paul L. Mussche #EconTwitter #TermStructure #SovereignDebt #TreasuryBonds #BondYields
Our latest data update forecasts #COVID19 infection rates across U.S. counties using near real-time data on social distancing behavior, weather, vaccinations, and confirmed COVID-19 cases per capita: | #SFFedResearch #EconTwitter
How are #minoritybanks holding up during the COVID-19 pandemic? #SFFedResearch's Simon Kwan explores the data from his #EconomicLetter: #EconTwitter
Check out the latest data updates from the #SFFedResearch team: 🔹 Inflation Sensitivity to 🔹 Cyclical and Acyclical Core PCE 🔹 PCE Inflation
New #WorkingPaper from #SFFedResearch: From Deviations to Shortfalls: The Effects of the FOMC’s New Employment Objective by Brent Bundick and Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau #EconTwitter #MaximumEmployment #MonetaryPolicy
I think just with the type of person I am, I'm realizing that I thrive a lot better in remote environments. This past year was my best year ever in school academically. It was more flexible. I get to choose when I want to do my work and I can choose when I'm most productive."
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