The Regional Economic Information Network (REIN) generates economic intelligence from a variety of sources in the Southeast to support the Federal Reserve's formulation and implementation of sound monetary policy. REIN also enhances the Atlanta Fed's public service mission through region-wide outreach and communication. Read more…
The Fed's decentralized structure was put in place nearly 100 years ago. Does it still make sense? The latest in the Atlanta Fed's animated video series explains how the U.S. central bank's regional structure helps gather grassroots information about economic conditions across the nation.
The housing recovery appears to have legs, but housing-related construction employment is not showing a corresponding rebound. SouthPoint looks at the disconnect between the housing sector's improvement and regional construction employment.
|May 16||macroblog - Labor Costs, Inflation Expectations, and the Affordable Care Act: What Businesses Are Telling Us|
|May 15||SouthPoint - The Regional Housing Recovery: Where Are the Jobs?|
|May 13||macroblog - Labor Force Participation and the Unemployment Threshold|
|May 10||macroblog - Behaviors Place in the Labor Force Participation Rate Debate|
Promoting the Federal Reserve's collaboration and coordination with Latin American, Caribbean, and Spanish financial institutions and marketsLearn more
Need to focus on key regional economic topics? Researchers blog about issues, industries, and trends.Learn more