April 17, 2019 | Economic BulletinA brief spike in market-based uncertainty near the end of 2018 could have long-lasting effects on the macroeconomy.
April 10, 2019 | Labor Market Conditions IndicatorsLMCI suggest the level of activity declined and momentum remained high in March
Cortney Cowley and Nathan Kauffman
April 10, 2019 | Economic BulletinA reduced spread between interest rates and returns to farmland—along with an increase in farmland sales—suggest farmland values could decline further in 2019.
March 25, 2019 | Small Business Lending SurveyU.S. small business commercial and industrial (C&I) lending increased on a year-over-year basis. The growth was driven by large banks. Most of the 121 respondents to the Federal Reserve’s Small Business Lending Survey (FR 2028D) indicated that conditions for small business lending remained stable in the fourth quarter. Survey respondents reported that demand for small business loans and credit quality remained relatively unchanged. Additionally, respondents indicated some tightening of lending terms, although credit standards remained stable.
José Mustre-del-Río and Emily Pollard
March 28, 2019 | Economic ReviewCumulative labor market experience explains a substantial portion of differences in lifetime earnings across individuals.
A. Lee Smith
February 06, 2019 | Economic ReviewDeclining reserves have placed upward pressure on the federal funds rate in recent years despite the payment of interest on reserve balances.
December 04, 2018 | Economic ReviewJobs and residents have increasingly migrated to larger, less crowded metros, where business productivity and urban amenities have increased.
Nida Cakir Melek
November 20, 2018 | Economic ReviewThe shale boom led to greater spillovers from oil investment to aggregate investment.