What caught my eye: The new future of work, digital currencies, climate change risk in financial markets, and much more…

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?”:


The Open Money Initiative analyzes “how people use money in closed economies and collapsing monetary systems”:


“Stablecoins: potential, risks and regulation” an interesting report by Douglas Arner, Raphael Auer and Jon Frost of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS):


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):


“A New Framework for Assessing Climate Change Risk in Financial Markets” by Nahiomy Alvarez, Alessandro Cocco , Ketan B. Patel:


“Central Banks and Climate: A Case Of Mission Creep” by John H. Cochrane. He presents a skeptical view on the idea that central banks should help combat climate change (earlier I had sent to links where the authors agreed with the ideas that central banks should support policies to a “greener” economy):


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


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:


U.S.-“Economy still expanding, but with retail consumption outpacing production”:


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


Chicago Fed National Activity Index increased in October: https://www.chicagofed.org/publications/cfnai/index


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