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I’ll be joined by Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan for a conversation in the economy, the outlook, and the policy response and noon EST. Send in your questions now and join us in two hours: wsj.com/live-qa/newsma…
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✉️ Newsletter: Federal Reserve Caps Big Banks’ Dividends for Fourth Quarter; Boston Fed's Rosengren Worries About Risks to Lending on.wsj.com/2GevPEk
Few economists expect the third quarter’s robust growth to persist, in large part because Americans’ ability and willingness to spend may not hold up on.wsj.com/34iKGWB
‘I think we are in for a grinding recovery from here’ unless there is a health breakthrough, Minneapolis Fed leader Neel Kashkari said on.wsj.com/3n8keHu
Filings for jobless benefits held nearly steady at 837,000 for the fifth straight week, reflecting a labor-market recovery that is losing some momentum. on.wsj.com/2HCS5In
U.S. consumer spending rose 1.0% in August while incomes fell, presenting a new hurdle for the economic recovery. on.wsj.com/2SfJMUZ
Philippines Central Bank Keeps Rate Unchanged on.wsj.com/2SfYQC0
The level of new jobless claims shows layoffs remain persistent in hospitality, tourism and other industries on.wsj.com/36o7maA
Manufacturers in Asia and Europe are recovering, but remain nervous about the future on.wsj.com/2GpDway
Derby’s Take: Fed Paper Explores Opening Up Digital Payments to All on.wsj.com/36otKka
Central bank extends restrictions on dividends, buybacks, amid cloudy economic outlook on.wsj.com/3n7oVBq
Trump administration sanctioned Syria’s central-bank governor, a Syrian intelligence chief and a Syrian businessman as part of its efforts to oust Assad on.wsj.com/3cJDXbS
If you saw the WSJ story this morning about the Fed and bubble trouble, the comments from Dallas Fed Kaplan came from an interview I did with him recently when he explained his FOMC dissent. Read more here: wsj.com/articles/trans…
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Once the Covid-19 pandemic passes, the U.S. will have to contend with weaker population growth and the long-term drag of high debt on.wsj.com/349IikN
A lack of consensus about how to handle potential asset bubbles could threaten the Fed’s willingness to preserve its new low-rate promises on.wsj.com/3jmLC2w
San Francisco Fed Study Sees Downsides to Negative Rate Policies on.wsj.com/33byXtu
‘People have taken too much comfort in how quickly the unemployment rate has fallen,’ says Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren on.wsj.com/34aAMGr
Conference Board consumer-confidence index surges to 101.8 in September amid improving labor market and receding coronavirus trends. on.wsj.com/3l2f3ab
N.Y. Fed President John Williams said Tuesday he is upbeat about the future of the U.S. economy, but warns a failure by the government to deliver more aid may slow the recovery on.wsj.com/349quGr
The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index, which measures average home prices in major metropolitan areas across the nation, rose 4.8% in the year ending in July. on.wsj.com/3cImDUQ
Fed's Kaplan: Near Zero Rates Appropriate Into 2022, 2023 on.wsj.com/3jfcFwz
Fed's Williams: Central Bank Efforts to Restore Markets Successful on.wsj.com/3ifbUC8
Stockton, Calif.’s experiment with $500-a-month cash payments to poor households, no strings attached, spurs interest in guaranteed income in other cities on.wsj.com/3jdpCGV
Those in lower-income and lower-wealth categories reaping relatively large gains, according to the data. on.wsj.com/346P4aT
Derby’s Take: New Research Says Central Bank View on Bond Buying Too Rosy on.wsj.com/36i72ds
U.S. families’ wealth broadly rose in the years headed into the coronavirus pandemic, with those in lower-income and lower-wealth categories reaping relatively large gains, the Federal Reserve said in a report on household finances on.wsj.com/36fNcz9
✉️ Newsletter: So Far So Good for U.S. Banking System, Kansas City Fed's George Says; Ask Dallas Fed's Kaplan a Question for WSJ Q&A This Week on.wsj.com/3n8UZoK
Derby’s Take: Fed Again Faces Heat Over Energy Bond Purchases on.wsj.com/2S7kGI2
Derby’s Take: One Fed Official Pushes Back at Need for More Fiscal Aid on.wsj.com/365gzEo
In economic news this week, China’s official purchasing managers index for manufacturing is expected to show factory activity expanded in September on.wsj.com/2EH95MG
CFR Research Claims Inflation Could Return Faster Than Fed Thinks on.wsj.com/2ZOp6rr
Neel Kashkari says the problem with the Fed’s new guidance is that it still holds onto the importance of a basically unknowable variable, maximum sustainable job level. on.wsj.com/2RBQ6pF
Fed to release detailed stress test results for each bank by year’s end on.wsj.com/2RKTHS5
Timiraos’s Take: New Forward Guidance Avoids Potential Communications Pitfall on.wsj.com/3iI4JDC
Michael Strine, the New York Fed’s second-in-command, is leaving at the end of his five-year term in February on.wsj.com/2ZP3GKy
Dissenting voices from the Dallas and Minneapolis Fed leaders point to a possibly murky future for its forward guidance regime on.wsj.com/3msbf3P
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said the economy could grow 30% in the third quarter from its second-quarter depths, and inflation could soon pick up on.wsj.com/3c99ZOi
The Federal Reserve had never bought ETFs or corporate bonds before. BlackRock helped it fill the void and grew its business along the way. on.wsj.com/33AQkms
The Fed issued new guidance to banks in a bid to improve access to new loans for small and midsized businesses through its $600 billion Main Street lending program on.wsj.com/3hJaBLF
Jobless rates remained particularly high, on average, in the Northeast and West, and clocked in above 10% in 10 states in the U.S. on.wsj.com/3mAeOFa
The Federal Reserve had never bought ETFs or corporate bonds before. BlackRock helped it fill the void and grew its business along the way on.wsj.com/2FU5NWn
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said the economy could grow 30% in the third quarter from its second-quarter depths, and inflation could soon pick up on.wsj.com/2RDPcZB
The Fed issued new guidance to banks in a bid to improve access to new loans for small and midsized businesses through its $600 billion Main Street lending program on.wsj.com/3iJV7IC
Jobless rates remained particularly high, on average, in the Northeast and West, and clocked in above 10% in 10 states in the U.S. on.wsj.com/33H8UcI
Fed’s Bostic Hopeful Economics Can Make Progress on Racial Issues on.wsj.com/2RG0sVi
“This very strong forward guidance, very powerful forward guidance that we have announced today will provide strong support for the economy,” Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told reporters. on.wsj.com/35MO6D3
Fed officials projected no plans to raise interest rates for at least three years and signaled a commitment to provide more support for an economy facing an uneven recovery from the pandemic on.wsj.com/35KXWWc
See exactly how the statement from Fed policy makers changed in September on.wsj.com/3iI1pZh
Neel Kashkari says the problem with the Fed’s new guidance is that it still holds onto the importance of a basically unknowable variable, maximum sustainable job level. on.wsj.com/3mCbPMy
Fed to release detailed stress test results for each bank by year’s end on.wsj.com/33CI5GD
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