Profile

Cover photo
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
667 followers|547,423 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube

Stream

 
Are negative interest rates simply a tax in disguise? http://bit.ly/24usbY1
Some central banks are using negative interest rates to spur lending. But are such moves really taxes in disguise?
4
2
Ran dy's profile photo
Ran dy
 
Are CDOs just a MEFO-Bill game 2.0?
You should know how the original MEFO-Bill was designed to create an artificial currency and it was a liability treated as income on the books. I wonder how CDOs´re different in that respect.
Thus the financial "crisis" was in fact robbery, extortion in short highwaymenshippery deluxe.
Add a comment...
 
Average interest rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage inches up to 3.73 percent. http://bit.ly/22q4nDM
3
2
Add a comment...
 
Oil and inflation expectations don’t mix. http://bit.ly/1UlYcy2
Breakeven inflation expectations imply that the price of oil should keep falling.
2
Add a comment...
 
Is there a gender gap in promotions and pay in the top-executive market?http://bit.ly/21dssNv
1
Add a comment...
 
Liftoff has occurred, but will longer-term interest rates rise as well? http://bit.ly/1Q6Z21L
Long-term interest rates should go up when the fed funds rate is expected to rise. But that doesn’t always happen.
2
1
Add a comment...
 
Why is employment growing faster than normal and GDP growing slower than normal? http://bit.ly/1L0RO84
In 2015, gross domestic product growth fell short of its prerecession trend, while employment grew faster.
1
1
Add a comment...
 
Nearly half of people switching jobs earn less with their new employers. http://bit.ly/1SMrhkn
2
1
Add a comment...
 
The U.S. current account has been relatively stable, but its components have not. http://bit.ly/1RxlgFE
The U.S. current account has been relatively stable over the past 15 years, but its components have not.
2
Add a comment...
 
President Bullard speaks on declining inflation expectations and on credibility regarding the inflation target. http://bit.ly/1S2iYCm
1
Add a comment...
 
How can the world collectively have a current account surplus? http://bit.ly/1oxRgl5
The current account of all countries should sum to zero. In practice, however, this is not the case.
5
1
Add a comment...
 
Bullard: #Inflation expectations have declined too far for comfort, the #oil price correlation notwithstanding. http://bit.ly/1RP0Onz
1
Add a comment...
 
3,055,000 quit their jobs in December, the most in any month over the past nine years. http://bit.ly/1Sghghx
3
Alex Honablue's profile photo
 
Xavier A. Honablue, www.sgiaf.com
Add a comment...
Story
Tagline
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis - Central to America's Economy
Introduction
With branches in Little Rock, Louisville and Memphis, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis serves the Eighth Federal Reserve District. Visit www.stlouisfed.org to learn more.

The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis was established in 1914, after the creation of the Federal Reserve System in 1913. The Eighth Federal Reserve District is headquartered in St. Louis and has branches in Little Rock, Ark., Louisville, Ky., and Memphis, Tenn.

The District includes all of Arkansas and portions of six other states: Missouri, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. The St. Louis Bank serves most of eastern Missouri and southern Illinois.

As one of the 12 regional Reserve banks in the Fed System, the St. Louis Fed is central to America's economy. All of the Reserve banks share some degree of similar duties. But because the banks are independent of one another, each has some specialized assignments and tasks that distinguish it.

Contact Information
Contact info
Phone
1-800-333-0810, 314-444-8444
Address
One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza St. Louis, Mo. 63102