The Fed finds that the winter thaw has helped the economy rebound from cold-weather slowdowns.
The Fed’s Beige Book survey of regional economic activity reflects a tough winter.
The Beige Book, a compilation of reports from regional Federal Reserve banks, shows the U.S. economy continues to grow at a moderate pace.
The Federal Reserve’s Beige Book doesn’t shed much new light on where things are headed.
The latest report from the Fed finds the economy expanding at a modest or moderate pace.
Eight of the bank presidents characterize their region’s economic growth as “moderate” in July and August, while three others edgily call growth “modest.”
It may not be a “recovery summer” but the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book shows broad but measured growth across many industries and areas of the country.
The Fed’s latest snapshot of economic activity around the country hints at signs of a slowdown.
The upcoming employment report for May is expected to look very much like the one for April.
Recent economic reports haven’t confirmed fears of an abrupt spring slowdown.