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Charting the Federal Reserve’s role in the post-pandemic economy

Eric S. Rosengren of the Boston Fed warned against prolonging low rates as the economy recovers.

Federal Reserve exec: Fairfield County economy due for a rebound –...

While the county’s commercial and residential real estate markets have been sluggish, that could change as Manhattan and Brooklyn prices continue to spiral upwards, said the Federal Reserve Bank's Jason Bram.

Klein named to advisory council

Gerald J. Klein Jr. has been appointed to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council.

Economic optimism for region and nation, Fed Reserve exec tells Stamford...

Absent a solid national economic policy for the present, Joseph Tracy said promises of rolling back regulations and the corporate tax rate are encouraging signs.

Business council to host national economic outlook, regional forecast

Joseph Tracey, Executive Vice President and Special Advisor to the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, will provide an in-depth look at the tristate economic outlook with special emphasis on Fairfield County.

Fed economist: Economy can absorb interest rate hike

A Federal Reserve Bank of New York economist speaks in Stamford, saying the recovery should be able to push through any near-term increase in interest rates.

Nonbank lending alternatives gain steam

Loans serving those seeking less than $100,000 are flat; the big loans have recovered from recession lows.

New York Fed credit survey says small-business lending slow

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Small Business Credit Survey indicated that lending of amounts below $1 million to small businesses remains stagnant.

Fed survey: State’s manufacturing conditions at 4-year high

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Empire State Manufacturing Survey found business conditions in July improved markedly for the third straight month.

Dudley cautions on Fed taper

Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William C. Dudley said July 1 that the central bank may start to slow its bond-buying sooner than expected.

Conn. trails in national recovery, says Fed economist

The national and regional economies will likely be mired in a slow-growth pattern for the first half of 2013 as businesses await a resolution on government spending and the U.S. debt, Federal Reserve economist Rae Rosen said Jan. 11 in Stamford.

Fed survey: Manufacturing declines in region

Manufacturing conditions in the tristate area continued to decline "at a modest pace," according to the January 2013 Empire State Manufacturing Survey, released Jan. 15 by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Fed survey: modest manufacturing declines in November

The general business conditions index was little changed from October at negative 5.2, suggesting that activity among New York area manufacturers continued to decline at a modest pace.

‘The recovery could turn out stronger than expected’

Excerpts from Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley’s prepared remarks Oct. 15 at the National Association for Business Economics annual meeting in New York City, addressing reasons for the disappointing economic recovery and tools yet available to policymakers.

Economic recovery remains elusive

Joblessness, foreclosures remain significant roadblock to recovery.