6 edition of The economics of federal credit programs found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Barry P. Bosworth, Andrew S. Carron, Elisabeth H. Rhyne.|
|Contributions||Carron, Andrew S., Rhyne, Elisabeth.|
|LC Classifications||HJ8119 .B67 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|ISBN 10||0815710380, 0815710372|
|LC Control Number||85048205|
Barron’s revised and expanded Dictionary of Business and Economics Terms includes 8, terms, including new words specifically relating to finance and economics. This pocket-sized guide is a helpful reference for business students, business managers, and general readers seeking advice. Economic Effects of Federal Credit Programs By WILLIAM G. GALE * Since , the federal government has directly subsidized one-third of all nonfederal borrowing. This paper presents numerical estimates of the effects of federal lending. Existing credit .
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The Fed employed both conventional and unconventional policy tools to address the economic and financial disruptions caused by the pandemic. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) quickly cut the target range for the federal (fed) funds rate to the zero lower bound, citing risks to economic activity from the coronavirus (see chart below). The Federal Reserve unveiled a spate of emergency lending programs through March and April to lift credit stresses and improve market functioning.
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The Federal. pursuant to the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act ofthe issuance of regular reports to the Congress on each of its lending programs that relied on its authorities under section 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act; the publication of a periodic report on Credit and Liquidity Programs.
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requires. Federal agencies to report to credit reporting agencies, information on all delinquent Federal consumer debts.
The DCIA also. authorizes. federal credit programs Th.e inten ot f this paper is to provid ae framework for assess- ing the macroeconomic consequence of federas l credit programs; specifically effects o, f federal credit program on outpus t level ans d compositio annd o pricen s ar e examined.
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