Atlanta Fed President and CEO Dennis Lockhart, in a December 5 speech at the Broward Workshop in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, reviews current economic conditions and the Fed's eventual winding down of quantitative easing.
The Southeast economy expanded moderately from October to mid-November, according to the latest Beige Book. Although business contacts expect slow and steady growth for the rest of the year, they were optimistic in their outlook for 2014.
In the wake of the financial crisis, economists and other researchers are reconsidering what happened leading up to the crisis and the implications of policies to prevent future ones. A recent Atlanta Fed conference presented research on this topic and related issues.
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