The U.S. Economy – what caught my eye: GDP growth, monetary policy, and the new future of work

In the third quarter, real gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an annualized rate of 33.1 percent according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis:

Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee (meeting of November 4 and 5):

“The Federal Reserve’s New Framework: Context and Consequences” Fed Vice Chair Richard H. Clarida:

The New Future of Work – series of virtual events hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco:

An interesting and great conference on “digital currency: risk or promise?”:

How fast will U.S. unemployment figures recover?:

Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization in the U.S. increased in October:

Household debt and credit report of the New York Fed:

Multifactor Productivity Trends In Manufacturing, 2019 of the Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Chicago Fed National Activity Index increased in October:

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