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Is the State of the Economy as Bad as it Seems?

Employment numbers are disappointing, inflation remains off target, stocks are volatile, and the overall housing market is running at a slower pace, but William Dudley, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York says things may be better than the current picture shows.

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Household Debt Climbs in Q4, Led by Mortgages

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Tuesday that outstanding household debt increased $117 billion from the third quarter of last year to the fourth, putting total indebtedness at about $11.8 trillion as of the end of 2014. Balances went up across most categories, led by a $39 billion increase in mortgage debt to a total of $8.2 trillion.

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Economic, Housing Attitudes Mixed in New York Fed Survey

The New York Federal Reserve's year-end Survey of Consumer Expectations showed little change between November and December, though there was a small pullback in Americans' financial expectations, according to results released Monday. The results mirror the latest National Housing Survey results released last week by Fannie Mae.

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