What caught my eye today: Consumer sentiment in the United States, unpredictable work hours and long-term risks for workers, and the Fed’s new monetary policy framework

Consumer Sentiment slightly increased in August according to the survey of consumers done at the University of Michigan: http://www.sca.isr.umich.edu

Some days earlier in August, consumer confidence measured by The Conference Board decreased: https://conference-board.org/data/consumerconfidence.cfm

“Unpredictable work hours and volatile incomes are long-term risks for American workers”. Interesting!

Speech by Fed Vice Chair Richard H. Clarida on “The Federal Reserve’s New Monetary Policy Framework: A Robust Evolution”

Here is the text:

https://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/speech/clarida20200831a.htm

And here is the video:

https://www.piie.com/events/fed-vice-chair-richard-h-clarida-us-monetary-policy

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