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Financial Update

1991 - 2009

From Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
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2009

Fed, Treasury issue joint statement on financial, monetary stability
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Fed announces details of plan to purchase securities, expands funding facility
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Fed, Brookings jointly explore U.S. poverty
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Reserve Banks return $35 billion to U.S. Treasury
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Atlanta Fed and branches announce new directors
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Atlanta Fed economist examines the subprime crisis
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Atlanta Fed president: real estate recovery critical
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Fed chairman discusses regulatory reform
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Fed provides tips on avoiding mortgage scams
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Atlanta Fed president foresees modest recovery starting in second half of 2009
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Fed announces new actions to foster improvements in financial markets
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Fed Gov. Duke: policymakers must address rising costs of foreclosures
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Fed survey shows tightened bank lending standards in 2008
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Lockhart: policy tools remain in Federal Reserve's arsenal
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Atlanta Fed president calls for "agile oversight" of financial institutions
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Federal Reserve actions include changes to loan program, currency swap arrangements
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Fed Gov. Duke: Economy's effects on banks vary
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Atlanta Fed hosts conference on access to banking in the Americas
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FedACH unveils same-day service for debit transactions
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Payments risk forum launches blog
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Recent Federal Reserve actions include expansion of loan program, release of banks' "stress test" results
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Fed chair Bernanke on the lessons of SCAP "Stress tests"
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Fed proposes clarifications to rules about credit card accounts
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Atlanta Fed conference takes multifaceted look at crisis
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2008

Economic and financial education a key goal for Atlanta
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Fed chief speaks about mortgage ills, solutions
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Reserve banks return more than $34 billion to Treasury
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Lockhart: weak first half of 2008 followed by improvement
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Conference explores remittances' economic effects
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Redesigned $5 bill enters circulation
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Fed Gov. Mishkin: stabilizing inflation, economic growth mutually reinforcing
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Atlanta Fed president discusses credit market instability
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Fed survey shows tightening bank lending standards
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Fed seeks to mitigate foreclosures, says Fed Governor Kroszner
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Atlanta Fed and branches announce new directors
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Free crisis preparedness video available from Atlanta Fed
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Fed program to assist minority, young banks
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Fed chair explains Fed's recent liquidity measures
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Fed. Gov Kroszner: Latin policymakers must be vigilant
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Proposals would broaden Fed's supervision of financial markets
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Examining the Federal Reserve's new liquidity measures
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Did you know? A primer on credit default swaps
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Checks written to businesses predominate, Fed study shows
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Atlanta Fed chief: too soon to breathe easy
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Atlanta Fed conference examines reforms
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Fed proposes new protections for credit card users
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Fed chair urges action to stem foreclosures
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Senior supervisors group releases report on disclosure of risky exposures
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Federal Reserve's dynamic maps illustrate mortgage data
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Fed vice chair Kohn encourages banks to work with less debt
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Atlanta Fed helps teachers by providing curriculum
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