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.
The Liberty Street Economics blog’s latest series examines how a lack of access to a bank transaction account, overdraft fee caps, and exclusion from credit access can have potential adverse effects on financial health, educational opportunities and welfare, and aggravate economic inequality.
A series of charts that tracks COVID-19 cases in the Federal Reserve’s Second District including New York, Northern New Jersey, Fairfield County Connecticut, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The charts are updated daily with the latest data on confirmed COVID-19 cases from The New York Times, which compiles information from state and local health agencies.
The New York Fed, in partnership with the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs of the University of Texas at Austin, hosted a virtual event with thought leaders, researchers, community development practitioners, and policy influencers to discuss the COVID-19 "shecession," with a focus on women of color and women's job losses.
The New York Fed and the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) hosted a virtual event with thought leaders, researchers, and policymakers discussing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on older business owners and their firms, and what might be done to help their recovery.
This white paper builds on ideas around averting the mass evictions facing New York City, based on recent convenings with a cross-section of housing leaders to discuss expirations of national and state eviction moratoria tied to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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