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President's Message: The Fed's Emergency Liquidity Facilities: Why They Were Necessary

By James Bullard

1.0 (9 Reviews)

 

President's Message: The Long and Winding Road to Regulatory Reform

By James Bullard

1.5 (5 Reviews)

 

President's Message: Quantitative Easing—Uncharted Waters for Monetary Policy

By James Bullard

2.5 (9 Reviews)

 

Book Review: In Fed We Trust: New Book Focuses on the Fed in the Eye of the Storm

By Kevin L. Kliesen

4.5 (2 Reviews)

 

President's Message: Fed's Bold Actions Harken Back to Volcker Era

By James Bullard

2.0 (3 Reviews)

 

National Overview: Nearing the Bottom, or Digging a Deeper Hole?

By Kevin L. Kliesen

0.0 (0 Reviews)

 

The Financial Crisis in S, M and L: Three Very Different Countries Respond Similarly

By Rajeev R. Bhaskar and Yadav K. Gopalan

An examination of what Iceland, the United Kingdom and the United States went through last September and October during the financial crisis reveals some important differences and similarities.

4.5 (4 Reviews)

 

National Overview: Man the Lifeboats!

By Kevin L. Kliesen

0.0 (0 Reviews)

 

President's Message: Worry Less About Systemic Risk, More About Inflation

By James Bullard

1.0 (1 Reviews)

 

Reader Exchange

0.0 (0 Reviews)

 

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

By James Bullard

1.0 (6 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)

 

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

By William Poole

0.0 (0 Reviews)

 

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

By William Poole

5.0 (1 Reviews)

 

President's Message: Volcker’s Handling of the Great Inflation Taught Us Much

By William Poole

3.0 (4 Reviews)

 

National and District Overview: Waiting on the Fed

By Kevin L. Kliesen

0.0 (0 Reviews)

 

What Should a Central Bank Look Like?

By William T. Gavin and William Poole

To figure out what a central bank should look like, consider that most have three features in common: independence, transparency and a goal of low and stable inflation.

2.5 (4 Reviews)

 

The Federal Reserve's Response to the Sept. 11 Attacks

By Christopher J. Neely

To protect the economy in the short run, the Fed acted quickly on five fronts to provide emergency liquidity. But in the long run, no major change in monetary policy should be needed because the fundamentals of the economy remain solid.

0.0 (0 Reviews)

 

President's Message: Predicting the Fed

By William Poole

0.0 (0 Reviews)

 

Leaning Against the Wind: Does the Fed Engage in Countercyclical Monetary Policy?

By Kevin L. Kliesen

Analysts differ about whether the Fed should attempt to smooth out the business cycle.  But one thing's for sure: It's not an easy thing to do.

4.0 (2 Reviews)