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Federal Reserve Board and Federal Open Market Committee release economic projections from the June 18-19 FOMC meetingPublished on June 19, 2019
Federal Reserve Board and Federal Open Market Committee release economic projections from the June 18-19 FOMC meetingRead More
Federal Reserve announces results of offering of seven-day term deposits on May 30Read More
Minutes of the Board’s discount rate meetings on April 22 and May 1, 2019Read More
Federal Reserve to offer seven-day term deposits on May 30Read More
Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, April 30-May 1, 2019Read More
Speeches and Testimony
Clarida, The Federal Reserve’s Review of Its Monetary Policy Strategy, Tools, and Communication PracticesPublished on June 5, 2019
Speech At the Conference on Monetary Policy Strategy, Tools, and Communication Practices (A Fed Listens Event), Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Chicago, IllinoisRead More
Speech At the Alternative Reference Rates Committee Roundtable, cohosted by the Alternative Reference Rates Committee and the New York University Stern School of Business and Its Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions, New York, New YorkRead More
Speech At the Economic Club of New York, New York, New YorkRead More
Speech At “Mapping the Financial Frontier: What Does the Next Decade Hold?” 24th Annual Financial Markets Conference, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Amelia Island, FloridaRead More
The New York Fed announced the appointment of Anthony E. Shorris, John L. Weinberg/Goldman Sachs Visiting Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and Senior Advisor at McKinsey & Co., to its Upstate New York and Regional Advisory Board (UNYRAB).Read More
The New York Fed’s Open Market Trading Desk intends to conduct a small value Treasury rollover at auction of $5 million Treasury bill securities held in the Federal Reserve’s System Open Market Account.Read More
Statement Regarding Plans to Reinvest Principal Payments from Agency Debt and Agency Mortgage-Backed Securities into Treasury SecuritiesPublished on May 30, 2019
The New York Fed’s Open Market Trading Desk plans to distribute secondary market Treasury reinvestment purchases across eleven different sectors, including nominal coupons, bills, Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, and Floating Rate Notes.Read More
Survey shows that households expect home prices to rise at a somewhat slower pace relative to last year.Read More
On May 14, 2019, the New York Fed approved the applications under Section 3 of the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended, by Pioneer Bancorp, MHC and Pioneer Bancorp, Inc., both of Albany, New York, to become bank holding companies.Read More
The New York Fed’s Center for Microeconomic Data released the April 2019 Survey of Consumer Expectations, which shows a decline in short- and medium- term inflation expectations.Read More
The Strait of Hormuz, located between Oman and Iran, connects the Persian Gulf with the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea. The Strait of Hormuz is the world’s most important oil chokepoint because of the large volumes of oil that flow through the strait…Read More
Despite crude oil production cuts, Saudi Arabian crude oil exports to some Asian countries have increased (6/19/2019)Published on June 19, 2019
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimates that during May 2019, Saudi Arabia’s crude oil production approached a four-year low, averaging an estimated 9.9 million barrels per day (b/d). Production declined more than 1 million b/d since its estimated all-time high production levels in October and November 2018. Although the country’s total crude oil exports are also lower than recent highs, its crude oil exports to some Asia Pacific countries actually increased during the period of declining production. China in particular has increased its crude oil imports from Saudi Arabia, which is partially a result of new Chinese refining capacity. In contrast, U.S. crude oil imports from Saudi Arabia reached a 31-year low in February, with weekly estimates for April, May, and June suggesting even further declines.. …Read More
Lower natural gas prices in recent years have spurred the construction of new natural gas-fired power plants in the United States. Of the new U.S. natural gas capacity added since 2016, 31% use advanced natural gas-fired combined-cycle (ANGCC) units. Greater use of the new, larger ANGCC designs has led to efficiency gains and economies of scale, which have resulted in reduced capital construction costs. These lower costs are likely to substantially increase ANGCC’s share of new U.S. natural gas capacity additions in future years.Read More
The North American Electric Reliability Corporation’s (NERC) recent 2019 Summer Reliability Assessment finds that enough resources are available to meet this summer’s projected peak electricity demand in all areas of the country except the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT). ERCOT typically has one of the lowest anticipated reserve margins in the country, meaning it may have relatively little unused electric generating capacity during times of peak electric load. NERC’s assessment also highlighted potential ramping issues associated with the growth in solar generation that may affect the California Independent System Operator (CAISO).Read More
On June 6, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Northwest River Forecast Center (NWRFC) released its final Pacific Northwest water supply projection of 2019. The forecast through September, the end of the current water year, shows abov…Read More
U.S. imports of crude oil from members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in March 2019 totaled 1.5 million barrels per day (b/d), their lowest level since March 1986, based on data in EIA’s Petroleum Supply Monthly. U.S. crude oil imports from OPEC members have generally fallen over the previous decade as domestic crude oil production has increasedRead More
Ben Bernanke's News
Despite a long and sustained recovery from the Great Recession, a number of factors—including an aging population, slow productivity growth, and subdued inflation—continue to exert downward pressure on U.S. interest rates. It seems likely that even when monetary policy is at a neutral setting, neither restraining nor stimulating the economy, interest rates will remain significantly…Read More
Why was the Great Recession so deep? Certainly, the collapse of the housing bubble was the key precipitating event; falling house prices depressed consumer wealth and spending while leading to sharp reductions in residential construction. However, as I argue in a new paper and blog post, the most damaging aspect of the unwinding bubble was…Read More
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