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SF Fed Blog

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Emergency Funds: Why Americans Choose Cash for Disaster Preparation

Amid a wealth of payment options, consumers continue to tuck away cash when preparing for the unexpected.

Economic Letter

Brexit: Whither the Pound?

Posted April 17, 2017

People of the United Kingdom voted to exit the European Union last June, a process dubbed “Brexit.” The persistent depreciation of the British pound since the vote suggests that U.K. economic conditions will be weakened over the long run following the separation from the EU. This projection of a persistent economic loss is based on the expected reversal of earlier gains from trade with other EU members and reduced cross-border labor flows.

In the News

From the President

The Jenga Tower of Prosperity: The Strong, Prosperous, And Resilient Communities Challenge (SPARCC)

March 30, 2017

Remarks at the SPARCC National Launch Event
New York, New York

From the 12th District

SF Fed’s Williams: “Prosperity is Like a Jenga Tower”

March 30, 2017


Economic Outlook

April 21, 2017

Mary C. Daly, executive vice president and director of research at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, stated her views on the current economy and the outlook as of April 13, 2017.

From the Board

Beige Book

April 19, 2017

Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District

Ruth Aniceto grew up in Manila, the granddaughter of a World War II Colonel granted U.S. citizenship for his service. Today she’s an executive assistant at the SF Fed’s Salt Lake City branch. Here’s her journey to the Fed.

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