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This online quarterly spotlights recent published work from the Research and Statistics Group in a newsletter format.
Research Update presents summaries of key studies, a complete list of new titles in the Group's research series and Liberty Street Economics blog, announcements of upcoming conferences, and feature articles providing additional insight on current research.
Liberty Street Economics bloggers Wilbert van der Klaauw, Basit Zafar, and Meta Brown offer perspectives on recent consumer spending trends, Tobias Adrian and his colleagues demystify shadow banking, and more.
Linda Goldberg and her coauthors address the appropriate level of foreign exchange balances for industrialized countries, James Vickery and Joshua Wright examine the liquidity benefits of the TBA market, and more.