Business Inflation Expectations Decline

Business Inflation Expectations Decline

Firms anticipate 1.8 percent inflation over the coming year, a slight dip from May's results. The June Business Inflation Expectations survey explores the cost forecasting period that firms typically use when contemplating price changes.
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Beige Book: Southeastern Contacts Report Continued Modest Growth

Beige Book: Southeastern Contacts Report Continued Modest Growth

Most business contacts around the Sixth District continued to report a positive outlook for growth in the region over the next three to six months, according to the latest release of the Federal Reserve's Beige Book, which summarizes regional economies. Reports on tourism were mostly positive.
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Business Inflation Expectations Rise

Business Inflation Expectations Rise

Firms anticipate 1.9 percent inflation over the coming year, up two-tenths of a percentage point from April's reading. The May survey probes firms' difficulty attracting qualified applicants and the corresponding effect on wage and benefit offerings.
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UPDATES & OTHER NEWS
Four-and-a-Half Current Questions for Policymakers
May 3, 2016
Four-and-a-Half Current Questions for Policymakers
Atlanta Fed President and CEO Dennis Lockhart, in a May 3, 2016, speech to the World Affairs Council in Jacksonville, discusses the Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) recent policy decision and questions he will be considering as the June FOMC meeting approaches.
Atlanta Fed Named Fourth on DiversityInc's Top 10 Regional Companies for Diversity List for 2016
April 20, 2016
Atlanta Fed Named Fourth on DiversityInc's Top 10 Regional Companies for Diversity List for 2016
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta was named fourth on DiversityInc's 15th annual Top 10 Regional Companies for Diversity on April 19, 2016.
German Central Banker Says Euro Economy Gradually Recovering
April 19, 2016
German Central Banker Says Euro Economy Gradually Recovering
The European Central Bank loosened monetary policy to boost the euro area economy. But that brings economic risk, said a German central banker at a recent luncheon at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Economy Matters offers highlights of his presentation.



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