The San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank celebrated its 100th anniversary last May. It’s an ideal time to reflect on the role the SF Fed has played in the major changes in the American economy over the past century. As SF Fed President John Williams said in a 2013 essay, the bank’s first hundred years was “a century of reinvention.”
Posted December 22, 2014
Baby boomer retirement is expected to severely cut U.S. stock values in the near future. This raises the question of how global population aging might affect the equity market. Because the strong relationship between demographics and equity values do not hold true in other industrial countries, additional headwinds appear unlikely.
Posted December 19, 2014
Daniel Wilson, research advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, states his views on the current economy and the outlook.
Posted October 31, 2014
Essay presentation to the South African Reserve Bank Conference on Fourteen Years of Inflation Targeting in South Africa and the Challenge of a Changing Mandate
Pretoria, South Africa
Posted September 17, 2014
Federal Reserve issues FOMC statement
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