President James Bullard discusses the thinking behind the St. Louis Fed’s new approach to near-term projections for the U.S. macroeconomy and for the federal funds rate. He also explains how the new approach differs from the old one.
In his column in The Regional Economist, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discusses several proposals aimed at addressing the issue of financial institutions that are "too big to fail." He also shares some of his perspectives on the topic.
Auto and student loans remained the fastest growing consumer debt categories in the second quarter, a Center for Household Financial Stability report states.
Cutting interest rates didn’t boost inflation. Will raising them do so, as Irving Fisher suggested in the last century?
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