President Williams discusses how coronavirus has created huge economic challenges and the New York Fed's commitment to helping the communities, businesses, and people that we serve.
This report outlines key takeaways about the debt holdings and credit access of low income Americans during the economic expansion and through the first half of 2020.
The blog examines perceptions of COVID-19 as a public health concern and as a personal concern—over the next three months through the following three years—within the May administration of the Survey of Consumer Expectations (SCE). They show that people view their personal risk of exposure as significantly lower than the public’s risk of exposure, a gap the authors refer to as overconfidence.
The New York Fed held its third event in a series of discussions on inequality. This forum highlighted the New York Fed’s recent research and examined the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color.
A collection of downloadable data, charts, and visualizations that reflects the most recent information the Health Department has collected, at the zip code level, about people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in NYC.
Counties with the highest density of COVID-19 cases are also areas with highest concentration of Black businesses and networks. Our analysis shows stark PPP coverage gaps in hardest hit communities.
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