12/19/2022 - In this episode of the podcast, an Atlanta Fed subject matter expert discusses interest rates, affordability, supply and demand, and other factors affecting the housing market, both regionally and nationally.
11/8/2022 - The Atlanta Fed gathers firsthand economic information at the grassroots level from all over the Southeast. The conversation in this episode of the podcast talks to two Bank executives about how they gather information and how they use it.
9/29/2022 - Banking is a large and complex system whose proper functioning most people take for granted. This episode talks to two Atlanta Fed experts about banking and the business of banking.
9/8/2022 - The pandemic's impact on the economy significantly complicated how we measure gross domestic product. Pat Higgins, an Atlanta Fed economist, joins the podcast to discuss the GDPNow tool and recent developments in gross domestic product.
8/11/2022 - Between tight supplies and rising interest rates, housing affordability has been on a sharp decline. The conversation in this episode of the podcast talks about these and other factors affecting housing affordability.
4/4/2022 - Southeastern bankers have been attempting to return to a new normalcy after a couple of eventful years. This episode features a talk with Doris Quiros, head of the Atlanta Fed’s Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division.
1/13/2022 - Several discrete factors have combined to make housing less affordable on a nationwide basis. The conversation in this episode of the podcast analyzes those factors and their varied effects on the affordability of US housing markets.