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    Sixteen coins from throughout U.S. history will go head to head, and your vote counts!
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    Learn some saving strategies to achieve your financial goals.
  • Cynthia Goodwin, a vice president in the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division, during the recording of a podcast episode.
    Cynthia Goodwin of the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division discusses 2018 in banking in a podcast. podcast
  • The Atlanta Fed recently brought together experts to discuss the history and effects of residential segregation and how to combat it through policy.
  • Get your brain cells pumping with the new Economy Matters quiz, which asks you questions about health and fitness.
  • photo illustration of a middle-aged man sitting before a laptop with arrows and question marks in red circles around his head
    Economy Matters discusses the Atlanta Fed's Survey of Business Uncertainty, which recently made its debut.
  • Read Take On Payments to learn how auditing compliance for financial institutions and ACH payments processors is changing.
  • As artificial intelligence gets more powerful, how do we keep it accountable? Take On Payments investigates practical implications.
  • Chip-card “dipping” has become ordinary. Take On Payments discusses survey findings on chip-card use.
  • image of two computers with bank icon on screens with reciprocal arrows and money signs
    On November 19, the Atlanta Fed will host a town hall to address a recent notice for public input into faster payments settlement.
  • photograph of a person holding a mobile phone over a credit card reader while working on a laptop
    In this "ViewPoint" interview, experts discuss the benefits and potential pitfalls of financial technology, or fintech.
  • The Federal Open Market Committee said it will maintain the target range for the fed funds rate at 2-1/4 to 2-1/2 percent.

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