Browsing: Beige Book

Economy

Economic activity expanded at a moderate pace between February and mid-April, though outlooks for future growth remained uncertain, given current geopolitical and inflation conditions, according to the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book release of the year.

Economy

Economic activity continued to expand at a modest to moderate pace through February 2022, amid reported COVID-19 disruptions and severe winter weather, according to the Federal Reserve’s second Beige Book release of the year.

Economy

Economic activity grew at a modest to moderate rate from August to early October, but in some parts of the country growth slowed due to supply chain disruptions, labor shortages and uncertainty around the Delta variant of COVID-19, according to the Federal Reserve’s seventh Beige Book release of the year. The report was based on information collected through Oct. 8.

Economy

Economic growth slowed slightly to a moderate pace from early July to August, as dining out, travel and tourism declined due to safety concerns around the rise of the COVID-19 Delta variant, according to the Federal Reserve’s sixth Beige Book release of the year.

Economy

The economy strengthened further from May to early July, displaying moderate to robust growth with bank lending activity increasing slightly or modestly in most parts of the country, according to the Federal Reserve’s fifth Beige Book release of the year. The report was based on information collected through July 2.

Economy

Economic activity expanded at a moderate pace from early April to late May, at a somewhat faster rate than the prior reporting period as consumer spending strengthened due in part to increased COVID-19 vaccinations, according to the Federal Reserve’s fourth Beige Book release of the year. The report was based on information collected through May 25.

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