Press Releases

2014

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October 2, 2014 Richmond Fed Announces Officer Promotions

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond announces the following officer appointments, effective October 1:

September 19, 2014 Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker Comments on Policy Normalization Principles and Plans

Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker commented on FOMC actions regarding on policy normalization principles and plans.

September 17, 2014 FOMC Action

The Federal Open Market Committee voted today to make a further measured reduction in the pace of its asset purchases and maintain the current target range for the federal funds rate. Also, the FOMC released key elements of the approach it intends to implement when it becomes appropriate to begin normalizing the stance of monetary policy.

September 8, 2014 Richmond Fed Announces Officer Appointments

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond announces the following officer appointments, which were effective Sept. 1:

September 3, 2014 Beige Book

The "Beige Book" report is published eight times per year and consists of anecdotal information on current economic conditions from each Federal Reserve.

August 25, 2014 Richmond Fed Announces Officer Appointments

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond announces the following officer appointments:

August 20, 2014 Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, July 29-30, 2014

The Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday released the attached minutes of the Committee meeting held on July 29-30, 2014.

August 1, 2014 Richmond Fed Announces Officer Appointment

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond announces an officer appointment.

July 30, 2014 FOMC Action

The Federal Open Market Committee voted today to make a further measured reduction in the pace of its asset purchases and maintain the current target range for the federal funds rate.

July 21, 2014 Richmond Fed Magazine Econ Focus Reports on the Economics of Securing Digital Payments

The convenience of debit and credit cards has come with the risk of cyberattacks and fraud. Hacking of payment systems has led not only to direct costs for financial institutions and retail businesses, but also to damage to company reputations and stock prices. Yet making systems more secure isn't free, either -- and the companies that would bear the cost of upgrading aren't necessarily the ones that would benefit. The cover story in the latest issue of Econ Focus looks at these and other economic problems involved in payment security.

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