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Report: Service sector business conditions decline in December (access required)

Activity in the New York, northern New Jersey and southwestern Connecticut region’s service sector declined at its fastest pace since June, a new survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows. The Business Leaders Survey’s headline business activity ...

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Report: Spending, income, labor market expectations remain weak (access required)

The August 2020 Survey of Consumer Expectations from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows a continued decline in pessimism about households’ financial situation. The report, from the New York Fed’s Center for Microeconomic Data, shows that home price ...

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NYS business activity shows strong growth in March (access required)

Business activity statewide showed strong growth this month, according to firms responding to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s March Empire State Manufacturing Survey. The general business conditions index climbed nine points to 22.3. Thirty-eight percent of respondents reported ...

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Business activity on the upswing (access required)

Business activity continued to improve this month, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey shows. General business conditions dipped slightly to 17.7 from 19.6 in December, but remained in positive territory, suggesting a continued expansion in ...

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Regional economy shifts

The regional economy is shifting away from the production of goods and toward higher skilled jobs, increasing wage inequality. That was the take-away from an economic press briefing given by Federal Reserve Bank of New York president and CEO William ...

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