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New York Fed President Applauds Housing Market Progress

In an address about the economic outlook in the United States and monetary policy at the Economic Club of New York this week, New York Fed President and CEO Bill Dudley praised the progress housing has made during the economic recovery but refused to offer his views on whether the Fed would raise the short-term interest rate in December.

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Consumers Show Mixed Economic Outlook, Survey Finds

Consumer expectations for the housing market are showing a mixed outlook for the U.S. economy, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Center for Microeconomic Data August 2015 Survey of Consumer Expectations released Tuesday.

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DOJ, Treasury, and New York Fed Receive Subpoenas from House Committee

The House Financial Services Committee has issued subpoenas to two federal government agencies and a branch of the central bank requesting information and documents regarding the government's "too big to fail" designation and the Obama Administration's debt ceiling, according to an announcement Monday on the Committee's website.

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