Shredded U.S. currency

The Federal Reserve System is doing more to limit the environmental impact of currency. In 2014, Reserve Bank Cash Services produced 6,166 tons of shredded currency residue across its 28 operations and recycled 89 percent (5,467 tons) using various alternatives to landfills.

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The View from Here: 
The Economic Outlook and Its Implications for Monetary Policy

The View from Here: 
The Economic Outlook and Its Implications for Monetary Policy

Posted March 23, 2015

Presentation to Australian Business Economists

San Francisco, CA

Economic Letter

Mortgaging the Future?

Posted March 23, 2015

In the six decades following World War II, bank lending measured as a ratio to GDP has quadrupled in advanced economies. This unprecedented expansion of credit was driven largely by a dramatic growth in mortgage loans. The “Great Mortgaging” has profoundly influenced business cycle dynamics.

FedViews

FedViews: March 12, 2015

Posted March 20, 2015

Daniel Wilson, research advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, states his views on the current economy and the outlook.

Beige Book

Posted January 14, 2015

Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District

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American Currency Exhibit

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