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…
Recent wintry conditions helped chill economic activity, according to the newest Beige Book. SouthPoint examines the ways Old Man Winter's cold shoulder affected a variety of economic sectors across the United States.
Mardi Gras is more than a citywide celebration in New Orleans—it also brings considerable economic benefit. A new SouthPoint post looks at some of the advantages that come with laissez les bons temps rouler!
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Promoting the Federal Reserve's collaboration and coordination with Latin American, Caribbean, and Spanish financial institutions and marketsLearn more
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