• September is Workforce Development Month, so the Economy Matters quiz asks you about this important topic.
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    Economy Matters looks at the business cycle and why its behavior is inherently challenging to predict.
  • Economy Matters examines the role of participating in the banking system to achieve economic mobility.
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    Economy Matters examines Atlanta Fed research into the frailty index, a tool that helps assess individuals' well-being.
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    Take charge of your career self-improvement with these helpful tips.
  • The Economy Matters podcast talks to an Atlanta Fed economist about his survey to measure business uncertainty. podcast
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    The Federal Open Market Committee said it will lower the target range for the federal funds rate to 1-3/4 to 2 percent.
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    Take On Payments looks at the Atlanta Fed's Survey of Consumer Payment Choice to talk about differences between millennials and baby boomers.
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    U.S. consumers made 72 payments a month on average in 2018. Read the report on the 2018 Survey of Consumer Payments Choice.
  • Economy Matters' "ViewPoint" looks at fintech's impact on mortgage lending in the Southeast.
  • Economy Matters looks at what bank examiners do to ensure that banks adhere to relevant laws in a fast-changing environment.
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    Cynthia Goodwin of the Atlanta Fed's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit division discusses 2018 in banking in a podcast.
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    Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic speaks on July 11 at the Volcker Alliance's FY2020 State Fiscal Conference about inflation.
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    The Atlanta Fed announces officer promotions at the Miami and New Orleans branches and the Atlanta head office.
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    Does cash still have a place? Watch the October 2019 Talk About Payments webinar that highlights recent results of the Diary of Consumer Payment Choice.
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    The Atlanta Fed's president is making his financial disclosure forms available on request to accredited media outlets.
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    Toni D. Cooley will serve on the New Orleans Branch's board of directors.
  • The Atlanta Fed and the Volcker Alliance are cohosting a conference on matters surrounding state budgeting on July 10–11, 2019.
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    Take charge of your career self-improvement with these helpful tips.
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    Ignite your entrepreneurial flame! Learn about starting a business.
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    Explore ways to ensure and celebrate your financial independence this summer.
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    Safeguard your financial well-being before you hit the road for summer fun.
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    Is homeownership your goal? Here are some factors you should consider.
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    Read Take On Payments to learn how the next gen of Massachusetts bankers has next-gen security within their sights.

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