Looking at the labor market in its broadest terms presents challenges when trying to assess the impact of unused workforce capacity on wages. But drilling down into state-level data affords a more precise look at this dynamic, and macroblog explores the relationship.
View the latest series of charts from our Economic & Financial Highlights page, including new data on consumer credit, consumer prices, housing starts, inflation expectations, oil and natural gas prices, unemployment claims, and more.
The newly released Beige Book finds that with the moderating weather of early spring comes moderate economic growth in most Reserve Bank districts. A new SouthPoint post examines the new release and looks at some regional highlights.
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