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Economics IS Life!
State Banking Era Federal Reserve Act 1913 Financial History of the US First Bank of the U.S. Second Bank of the U.S. National Banking Era
Federal Reserve Three Part System Board of Governors Regional Banks Federal Open Market Committee
Board ofGovernors Ben Bernanke Chairman Janet Yellen Daniel K. Tarullo Sarah Bloom Raskin Jerome H. Powell Jeremy C. Stein
Federal Reserve Districts FOMC
Economics is Your Life!! TEA/TEKS
Dallas Region Banks
Educator Events Conversations with the Chairman November 13, 2013 Wednesday, 4:30 PM – 8:00 PM Register at:
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Dallas Princeton Williams Stephen Clayton Houston Susan Kizer San Antonio Evelyn Barnes El Paso Yvonne Fernandez Call us ……we would love to chat!
Macroeconomics Spring 2014 Dr. Andrew L. H. Parkes “A Macroeconomic Understanding for use in Business” 卜安吉.
Money and Banking Winter Day 5 Dr. Andrew L. H. Parkes “A Macroeconomic Understanding for use in Business” 卜安吉.
Susan Kizer Economic Education Coordinator The opinions expressed are solely those of the presenters and do not reflect the opinions of the Federal Reserve.
Federal Reserve. What is the Federal Reserve $Central Bank of the United States $Created by Congress with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913.
Chapter 15 Graph Update File November Members of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors NameTerm BeganTerm Ends Janet Yellen (chair to 2018)
Taking Advantage of Fed Resources Princeton Williams Senior Economic Education Specialist Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Monetary Policy Federal Reserve and Macroeconomic Policy.
The Federal Reserve The Federal Reserve The Central Bank of the United States.
Principles of Macroeconomics Fall 2010 Day 14 Dr. Andrew L. H. Parkes “A Macroeconomic Understanding for use in Business” 卜安吉.
Janet Yellen as Central Banker J. Bradford DeLong U.C. Berkeley and NBER November 2013.
1 SenateHouse 53Democrats 45Republicans 2 independent (Vice-president votes in case of a tie) 200 Democrats 232 Republicans 0 Independent 100 Senators.
Federal Reserve Notes Structure & Functions. I. Purpose: to keep the economy stable Goals: high employment, stable prices, economic growth Enemies:
The Federal Reserve and You Stephen Clayton Senior Economic Education Specialist The opinions expressed are solely those of the presenters and do not reflect.
Federal Reserve System. The Role of the Federal Reserve Provides financial services to the government Regulates financial institutions Maintains the payment.
Economics Chapter 15 The Federal Reserve. Section 1: Organization and Functions of the Fed Created in 1913 Made to end periodic financial panics The Fed.
THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. Goals of the FED 1. Pursue policies that affect the cost and availability of credit (they change interest rates that will.
Principles of Macroeconomics Spring 2010 Day 8 Dr. Andrew L. H. Parkes “A Macroeconomic Understanding for use in Business” 卜安吉.
The Federal Reserve: What They Are, What They Do..
The Federal Reserve System Lecture 6.7. Federal Reserve Central bank of the U.S. that controls the size of the money supply to –help regulate the economy.
Monetary Policy 1. Discount Rate 2. Reserve Ratio 3. Bonds NEW 4. (NEW) [TAF]Term Auction Facility Janet Yellen Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Comparing Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy. Who Operates It? Fiscal Policy –President –Congress –Elected officials –Legislation Monetary Policy –Federal.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AS TO ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS, OR RESULTS OBTAINED FROM ANY INFORMATION DISCUSSED DURING HAWKTRADE MEETINGS.
Lecture 9: Structure and function of Central bank (Federal reserve) The lecture’s aim is to make the students understand how the Federal reserve is formed.
J.A.SACCO Module 26-The Structure of the Federal Reserve.
Mr. Nunn The Federal Reserve System. Federal Reserve System The Federal Reserve System or the Fed- is the central bank of the United States.
Copyright National Council on Economic Education. Reproduction for Educational Use is Granted The Federal Reserve Board and Monetary Policy A Case Study.
Structure of Central and the Federal Reserve System Saud Saadoun Ziyad Ali.
Money & Banking Chapter 13. Functions Medium of Exchange – Used in the buying and selling of goods Medium of Exchange – Used in the buying and selling.
Federal Reserve Created in 1914 after a series of bank failures Central bank: bank that can lend to other banks in times of need.
THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM SSEMA2 The student will explain the role and the function of the Federal Reserve System.
The Federal Reserve System The Fed and Monetary Policy.
1 Money, Banking, the Federal Reserve System, and Monetary Policy Chapter 13 & 14.
The Federal Reserve The Federal Reserve is called “the lender of last resort”…what does this mean?
The Federal Reserve System Chap. 14. The Federal Reserve System (aka “The Fed”) Tries to control the nations money supply Tries to keep unemployment down.
The Federal Reserve Monetary Policy: Goals & Challenges.
The ECB vs. The Fed By: Kostas Konstantinou Rafael Vera Kanut Yang Shuo Zhang.
MONEY, BANKING AND THE FED. FUNCTIONS OF MONEY MEDIUM OF EXCHANGE UNIT OF ACCOUNTING STORE OF VALUE.
Lectures in Macroeconomics- Charles W. Upton The Federal Reserve System FOMC.
The Federal Reserve Board. Parts of the Fed 1. The Board of Governors 2. District Banks 3. Federal Open Market Committees 4. Federal Advisory Council.
Overview of the Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy.
Chapter 16 Section 1 and 2. The Fed in American History ◦ Monetary Policy The actions the Fed takes to influence real GDP and rate of inflation ◦
The Federal Reserve. Federal Reserve Act of 1913 Created 12 regional independent banks.
The Federal Reserve How our Central Bank is structured.
The Federal Reserve In Action. What is the Fed? Central bank of the United States Established in 1913 Purpose is to ensure a stable economy for.
THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM The Fed was created in 1914 after a series of bank failures convinced Congress that the United States needed a central bank.
The Federal Reserve System. Who do you think is the most powerful person in the world?
The Federal Reserve Started in 1913 is response to yet another financial crisis Is Quasi-public Serves three purposes Regulates the payment system Supervises.
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