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Published by the Community Development Office of FRB Richmond, these publications profile community reinvestment opportunities, and programs and organizations that assist community and economic development projects.
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This edition of the eBrief includes background on the Richmond Fed’s “Bailout Barometer” by President Jeffrey Lacker as well as articles that explore that last major housing finance reform effort, an analysis of how the Dodd-Frank Act’s cap on debit card interchange fees has impacted merchants’ costs, and a look at the challenges and benefits of the resolution plans for large financial firms required by Dodd-Frank. This edition also includes an overview from a Richmond Fed regional economist about how the Fifth Federal Reserve District labor markets are assessed.
This edition of the eBrief includes an article from Richmond Fed researchers who examined the performance of U.S. bank holding companies during the financial crisis, a working paper from Richmond Fed senior economist and research advisor Robert Hetzel on recent economic developments in Greece and possible paths forward for the country, as well as research that seeks to explain prices differences for the same product. In addition, this eBrief also highlights the latest Beige Book, which takes a look at economic conditions in the Fifth District and across the nation.
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