ATLANTA FED: ECONOMIC PROJECTIONS

May 16, 2012 at 3:12 pm | Posted in Economics, Financial, History, Research, USA | Leave a comment

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Atlanta Fed Circular Letters‏

AtlantaFed@frbatlanta.org

Wed 5/16/12

Circular Letters
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

The following information is now available on the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s website.
May 16, 2012 Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, April 24–25, 2012

The Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday released the attached minutes of the Committee meeting held on April 24–25, 2012. A summary of economic projections made by Federal Reserve Board members and Reserve Bank presidents for the April 24–25, 2012 meeting is also included as an addendum to these minutes.
http://www.frbatlanta.org/banking/circulars/120516a.cfm

FOMC Announces Revised Tentative 2012 Meeting Schedule and Tentative 2013 Meeting Schedule
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) on Wednesday announced a revised tentative meeting schedule for 2012 and a tentative meeting schedule for 2013.

In order to provide ample time for the Committee’s usual discussions, these meetings have been scheduled to take place over two days. In addition, the FOMC announced that, going forward, the presentation of the Summary of Economic Projections and the Chairman’s press conference will occur in conjunction with the meetings scheduled for the third month of each quarter (March, June, September, and December).
http://www.frbatlanta.org/banking/circulars/120516b.cfm

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Atlanta Fed Circular Letters‏

AtlantaFed@frbatlanta.org

Wed 5/16/12

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