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  • The quarterly catch-up
    The quarterly catch-up

    Published between April 1, 2024 and June 30, 2024, catch up with the latest articles from the Federal Reserve System affecting marginalized communities. This quarterly publication will retrospectively share select new community development related articles from all 12 Federal Reserve Banks and the Board of Governors in one convenient place. 

  • [Watch] The Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2023
    [Watch] The Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2023

    In this Connecting Communities webinar, researchers from the Federal Reserve Board of Governors shared findings from the survey on trends in financial well-being. Based on the survey results, they answered attendees’ questions about the financial conditions among low- and moderate-income populations.

  • Facing the future solo: Understanding obstacles for single women and retirement 
    Facing the future solo: Understanding obstacles for single women and retirement 

    Women encounter specific challenges in retirement planning, including pay and wealth disparities that affect their savings and financial stability.

  • Data on anchor institutions helps inform decisions at local, regional, and state levels 
    Data on anchor institutions helps inform decisions at local, regional, and state levels 

    From job training to procurement to business development, state-level measures of anchor institutions are helping to advance conversations, support collaboration, and drive economic growth.

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Fed Communities shares stories, insights, data, and events from the Federal Reserve, the United States central bank. We focus on the Fed’s efforts to foster strong, resilient communities and address barriers to workforce participation and economic prosperity.

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