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Economic Letter

The Uncertainty Channel of the Coronavirus

Posted March 30, 2020

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has severely disrupted economic activity through various supply and demand channels. In the past, sudden and outsized spikes in uncertainty have led to large and protracted increases in unemployment and declines in inflation. Monetary policy accommodation, such as interest rate cuts, can help cushion the economy from such uncertainty shocks.

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In the News

From the President

The New Stone Soup

February 10, 2020

Iveagh House Lecture
Dublin, Ireland

FedViews

Economic Outlook

March 6, 2020

John Fernald, senior research advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, stated his views on the current economy and the outlook as of March 5, 2020.

From the Board

COVID-19 Resources

March 24, 2020

Find the latest Federal Reserve actions and guidance related to coronavirus disease 2019.

A leadership lesson Mike Roberts carried from the U.S. Army into private banking and the Fed: "While not as dramatic in the civilian world, the decisions you make affect peoples' lives—their health, well-being, and happiness at work."

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