The 2013 Federal Reserve Payments Study report examines the payments landscape, including updated results on card use by consumers and businesses, discussion of information on third-party payments fraud, and information on emerging and alternative payments likely to replace traditional payments such as cash and checks.
The Southeast economy expanded modestly in June and early July, according to the latest Beige Book. The report, released prior to each meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, noted stronger activity in the region's manufacturing and hospitality sectors, while bankers reported stronger loan growth.
|July 28||Should Microbusinesses Matter to Your Local Community? (Economic Development)|
|June 27||Competition to Incentivize Community Change: Working Cities Challenge (Economic Development)|
|May 22||Measuring What Matters: Tracking Success in Economic Development (Economic Development)|
|April 28||Economic Gardening: A Homegrown Approach to Growth (Economic Development)|
Meetings of the mindsAtlanta Fed conferences advance the debate on issues in monetary policy, macroeconomics, finance, banking, and paymentsLearn more
Insights on economic conditions, forecasts, policy, and more from the Atlanta Fed president and other expertsLearn more