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Housing costs are a main reason inflation is still high

by Samantha Fields Mar 14, 2023
The cost of shelter is driving more than 70% of inflation right now, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So what gives?
Banks in Turmoil

Former Fed official who oversaw reforms sees "deep irony" after bank collapse

by Kai Ryssdal , Sarah Leeson and Sean McHenry Mar 14, 2023
"We've just seen an uptick in moral hazard," Daniel Tarullo says of the U.S. government covering uninsured deposits.
Banks in Turmoil

Federal bank regulators are getting most of the attention, but states oversee banks too

by Justin Ho Mar 14, 2023
The feds didn’t take possession of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. That was up to state regulators in California and New York.
Banks in Turmoil

Financial meltdowns often spur changes to financial regulation. So where do we go from here?

by Stephanie Hughes Mar 14, 2023
Regulators didn't catch Silicon Valley Bank before it failed. What can they do to catch others?

Want to know which way Fed policy is headed? This quarterly report offers hints

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Mar 14, 2023
The Summary of Economic Projections lays out what Fed leaders are thinking.

How hides, tallow and rosin can help us understand where the economy is headed

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Mar 14, 2023
An explanation of the CRB raw industrials spot price index, a “predictor” of macroeconomic trends.

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