2016

Sep 07, 2016

September Data Digests Released

View our interactive charts, which feature regional data and commentary on current economic activity and trends in employment and real estate in the Southeast.

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Sep 07, 2016

Commercial Real Estate Leads Modest Economic Growth

The job market is tightening in the Southeast, and is characterized by challenges finding highly skilled workers in some areas. Economy Matters summarizes the Beige Book report on the southeastern economy.

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Sep 01, 2016

What Is REIN? Part 2: How REIN Distills Information for Input into Monetary Policy

For the Atlanta Fed's Regional Economic Information Network, the process of gathering information is constant. This second segment of a multi-part series in Economy Matters describes this process.

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Aug 11, 2016

August Data Digests Released

View our interactive charts, which feature regional data and commentary on current economic activity and trends in employment and real estate in the Southeast.

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Jul 06, 2016

Data Digests Updated with Recent Data

View our interactive charts, which feature recent data and note current economic activity and trends in employment and real estate in the Southeast.

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May 04, 2016

What Is REIN? Part 1: How the Atlanta Fed Stays in Touch with Nearly 50 Million People

When data can't tell the full picture, the Atlanta Fed fills in the gaps by talking to business and community leaders. Read how the Atlanta Fed keeps in touch with the Southeast in this article.

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Apr 04, 2016

Atlanta Fed Officials Going to the Grassroots

Gathering economic information isn't just about data sets and models—it's also about events on Main Street. Economy Matters recently accompanied Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart to Savannah, Georgia, to observe.

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Feb 03, 2016

New Year, New Beginnings

Southeastern firms point to a generally positive business environment for 2016. However, that optimism is tempered somewhat by a greater sense of caution expressed by some contacts, reports Southeastern Insights.

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