Bio FRASER is a digital library of the economic, financial, & banking history of the US, run by the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
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Hootsuite Inc. : Today in 2002, Ben Bernanke discusses the problem of deflation in a speech to the National Economists Club

Hootsuite Inc. : Free Silver cartoons from the 1880s were collected for the Feds 50th Anniversary

Hootsuite Inc. : November 20, 1924: The San Francisco Fed releases its monthly Economic Review. FRASER has all issues from 1920-1995

Hootsuite Inc. : The first regular FOMC meeting after the October 6, 1979, change in monetary policy was held on November 20, 1979

Hootsuite Inc. : Teachers: Check out lessons linked to FRASER primary sources documents in economics and history

Hootsuite Inc. : Today in 2008: Fed Vice Chair Kohn offers remarks on monetary policy and asset prices

Hootsuite Inc. : The longest-serving Fed Chair was William McChesney Martin, Jr. Read his historical papers on FRASER

Hootsuite Inc. : The Commercial & Financial Chronicle spun off its financial data section into a stand-alone publication in 1928. FRASER has full issues through 1963

Hootsuite Inc. : November 18, 1972: Congress publishes this report on "Gold, SDR's and Central Bank Swaps"

Hootsuite Inc. : Read about the first 50 years of the Fed in papers from the Committee on the History of the Federal Reserve

Hootsuite Inc. : Learn about silver as a standard of value, a medium of exchange, and legal tender in this study from 1933

Hootsuite Inc. : Federal Reserve Banks opened just over a century ago. Read about the selection of Reserve Bank cities

Hootsuite Inc. : These Congressional speeches from 1890 address the "money question" - the use of silver as money

Hootsuite Inc. : Charles S. Hamlin was the first to lead the Federal Reserve Board. Read his speeches on FRASER

Hootsuite Inc. : A 1914 photo of the Federal Reserve Board, now called the Board of Governors

Hootsuite Inc. : The 12 Federal Reserve Banks open for business this week in 1914. Each has a unique collection on FRASER