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FRBMFederal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
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Javier Bianchi, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and NBER; Pablo Ottonello, University of Michigan; and Ignacio Presno, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, "Fiscal Policy, Sovereign Risk, and Unemployment"
Districts generally reported decreases in retail sales, and vehicle sales were down significantly in most districts,'' the Fed said in the fresh report compiled by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis based on information collected before Nov.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis conducted a study of the economic performance of 40 small counties with a Wal-Mart store and compared that with 49 small counties without one from 1985 to 2005.
Quite the contrary, say Cole and Ohanian, professors at UCLA, and economists Riascos, of the Banco de la Republica de Colombia, and Schmitz, of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
Latin America in the Rearview Mirror," Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Quarterly Review, September.
A 2003 study of the Perry Preschool Project from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis determined that the annual real rate of return on public investments in the program was 16 percent (12 percent for the nonparticipating public and government and 4 percent for participants).
If Northwest isn't flying, someone else will," said Art Rolnick, director of research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
20, Rob Grunewald, regional economic analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, will speak at the Success by 6 Initiative's annual breakfast.
We want to ensure that we're making the best use of resources while satisfying the need for cash services," said Gary Stern, chairman of the Reserve Banks' Financial Services Policy Committee and president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
We've looked at, and will continue to look at, major metropolitan markets where we do not have a Federal Reserve presence and at smaller markets where we do have a presence but where different service models might be more effective," said Gary Stern, chairman of the Reserve Banks' Financial Services Policy Committee and president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, on the other hand, went into 2004 predicting moderate economic growth accompanied by job growth--after two years of economic expansion without job increases.
Stern, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, and Fred H.
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