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Minutes of the Board’s discount rate meetings on January 22 and January 30, 2019Read More
Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, January 29-30, 2019Read More
Federal Open Market Committee reaffirms its “Statement on Longer-Run Goals and Monetary Policy Strategy”Published on January 30, 2019
Federal Open Market Committee reaffirms its “Statement on Longer-Run Goals and Monetary Policy Strategy”Read More
Statement Regarding Monetary Policy Implementation and Balance Sheet NormalizationRead More
Minutes of the Board’s discount rate meetings from December 10 and December 19, 2018Read More
Speeches and Testimony
Speech At the 2019 Just Economy Conference, National Community Reinvestment Coalition, Washington, D.C.Read More
Speech At the 2019 SIEPR Economic Summit, Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research, Stanford, CaliforniaRead More
Speech At the Citizens Budget Commission 87th Annual Awards Dinner, New York, New YorkRead More
Speech At “Promoting Global Growth and Domestic Economic Security,” 35th Annual NABE Economic Policy Conference, Washington, D.C.Read More
The New York Fed’s Open Market Trading Desk intends to conduct a small value contingency securities lending operation for the purpose of testing its contingency operation infrastructure. The small value contingency operation will be conducted in addi…Read More
In March 2019, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (New York Fed) Open Market Trading Desk will begin a process to streamline the administration of some of the Ginnie Mae-issued mortgage-backed securities held in the System Open Market Account through…Read More
Survey Shows an Increase in Year-Ahead Household Spending Expectations.Read More
The Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury did not intervene in foreign exchange markets during the October – December 2018 quarter, the New York Fed said today in its quarterly report to the U.S. Congress.Read More
Auto Loan Balances Continue Rising; Younger Borrowers Struggle With Auto Debt Delinquencies.Read More
As the administrator of the Overnight Bank Funding Rate (OBFR), the New York Fed is proposing a change in the composition of the rate, and is providing details of this change for public comment.Read More
Carbon dioxide emissions from U.S. energy consumption will remain near current levels through 2050, according to projections in EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2019. The AEO2019 Reference case, which reflects no changes to current laws and regulations and extends current trends in technology, projects that U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will be 5,019 million metric tons in 2050, or 4% below their 2018 value, as emissions associated with coal and petroleum consumption fall and emissions from natural gas consumption rise.Read More
Renewable generation provided a new record of 742 million megawatthours (MWh) of electricity in 2018, nearly double the 382 million MWh produced in 2008. Renewables provided 17.6% of electricity generation in the United States in 2018.Read More
Petroleum refineries in the U.S. Gulf Coast increasingly rely on merchant suppliers, rather than their own production, to provide the hydrogen used to reduce the sulfur content of fuel. As global demand for distillate fuel oil has increased and sulfur …Read More
U.S. natural gas production grew by 10.0 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2018, an 11% increase from last year. The increase was the largest annual volumetric growth on record and reached a record high for the second consecutive year. U.S. natural…Read More
In the March 2019 update of its Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) revised its crude oil price forecast to be slightly higher for 2019 because of tighter forecast balances and higher than expected prices …Read More
U.S. net trade of petroleum, which includes crude oil, petroleum products, and natural gas plant liquids, has fallen in recent years, reaching 2.3 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2018. This level is the lowest level of net petroleum trade (imports min…Read 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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