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    Take On Payments remembers one shopping experience kids today may never experience.
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    Treasury and finance professionals use many tools, including one old-fashioned device, in fighting business email compromise. Read Take On Payments to learn more.
  • This Economy Matters article explores factors behind housing affordability’s recent decline.
  • The Federal Open Market Committee said it will maintain the target range for the fed funds rate at 0 to 1/4 percent.
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    Read Take On Payments to learn how children can learn about money and payment choices through interactive games.
  • in profile, Raphael Bostic, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve bank of Atlanta, speaking at a podium as viewed from his left side
    Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic speaks to the 2021 and 2020 graduating classes of the Jacksonville University Davis College of Business.
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    The Atlanta Fed's 2021 Financial Markets Conference will be virtual and convene experts to discuss emerging financial market issues and their monetary policy implications.
  • On May 6, Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic speaks at the CFPB Research Conference on the importance of partnerships in helping speed change that would increase economic inclusion.
  • Photo of two people working on a resume in front of a computer
    The Rework America Alliance announced the first regions where it will work with local organizations to help job seekers find jobs.
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    Register now! On May 21, this virtual conference—cohosted by the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta, Dallas, and Richmond—will examine the phenomenon of technology-enabled disruption and its implications for labor markets and the workforce.
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    Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic speaks to the Economic Club of New York on inflation and employment and the critical need for racial equity in the economy.

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