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Reader Exchange: Ask an Economist, and Letters to the Editor

By Richard G. Anderson

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President's Message: Recent Actions Increase the Fed's Transparency

By James Bullard

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National Overview: The Economy Should Be Able To Avoid a Recession in 2012

By Kevin L. Kliesen

4.0 (1 Reviews)

 

President's Message: Headline vs. Core Inflation: A Look at Some Issues

By James Bullard

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Central View: Recent Monetary Policy and Inflation Expectations

By James Bullard

After the current quantitative easing program ends, it would be natural for the FOMC to put monetary policy on hold.

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National Overview: Forecasters Expect Solid Growth, Low Inflation in 2011

By Kevin L. Kliesen

1.5 (21 Reviews)

 

Inflation May Be the Next Dragon To Slay

By Kevin L. Kliesen

Although some think it’s too soon to worry about high inflation, there are risks for that to happen in the medium term. Besides the obvious risks, a new bubble might be brewing in asset prices as investors search for higher returns, and the gap between actual output and potential output might be smaller than most think. Watch video

3.5 (22 Reviews)

 

The Dismal Science Tackles Happiness Data

By Rubén Hernández-Murillo and Christopher J. Martinek

While many believe that money does buy happiness, research shows that richer people aren’t necessarily happier people, especially in the United States.

3.0 (7 Reviews)

 

National Overview: The Storm Clouds Begin To Depart

By Kevin L. Kliesen

1.0 (4 Reviews)

 

National Overview: Threats to the Economy Don’t Let Up

By Kevin L. Kliesen

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President's Message: St. Louis Fed’s Approach to Monetary Policy Won’t Change

By James Bullard

1.0 (6 Reviews)

 

President's Message: Reflections of a Monetary Policymaker

By William Poole

5.0 (1 Reviews)

 

Stable Prices, Stable Economy: Keeping Inflation in Check Must Be No. 1 Goal of Monetary Policymakers

By William Poole and David C. Wheelock

Conventional wisdom holds that if policymakers are too focused on controlling inflation, then employment, output growth and financial stability will suffer. But the conventional wisdom is wrong, according to the data.

3.0 (5 Reviews)

 

National Overview: Housing Woes Weigh Heavily on the Economy

By Kevin L. Kliesen

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President's Message: Driving Home the Responsibilities of a Policymaker

By William Poole

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National Overview: Will the U.S. Economy Find Its Groove This Year?

By Kevin L. Kliesen

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President's Message: “Core” or “Total” Inflation—Which Is the Fed’s Focus?

By William Poole

5.0 (1 Reviews)

 

National Overview: Soft or Hard Landing?

By Cletus C. Coughlin and Lesli S. Ott

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Inside the Briefcase: The Art of Predicting the Federal Reserve

By William T. Gavin and Rachel J. Mandal

We all know the size of the Fed chairman's briefcase as a policy indicator is a joke. But would knowing what's inside the briefcase be of real help?

1.0 (2 Reviews)

 

The NAIRU: Tailor-Made for the Fed?

By Kevin L. Kliesen

Fed critics have charged the central bank with relying on an outmoded economic indicator to predict inflation. But the charge doesn’t suit the evidence.

2.0 (4 Reviews)