Though Cincinnati retains its manufacturing roots, it is also firmly planted in financial, accounting, and business management services. Art and architecture add to the MSA’s attractiveness. Read the retrospective.
The Cleveland Fed asks: What did we learn from the Great Recession? Are we any better protected from the next financial crisis? Read our recession retrospective.
We look at unemployment before and since the Great Recession. Check out this in-depth analysis.
Lead poisoning: Prevention is key, say the three experts we interviewed. Read the Q&A.
Hamilton County homeowners in high-income areas have been most able refinance their homes with low-interest loans. Find out more in our HMDA report.
Broadband access, rural communities, and the CRA: Read our analysis
In our work, we focus on topics related to the well-being of the economies, industries, and people of our district—topics like labor market productivity, small business credit conditions, and affordable housing. Our district also makes up a core part of the nation’s industrial heartland, which drives our study of the rise, fall, and resurgence of manufacturing in the region.
Our researchers examine the District’s home lending trends by income and race so that policymakers and regulators may use the data to inform effective and appropriate policy. Learn more.
Are there well-paying jobs for people without a four-year college degree? If so, what (and where) are these jobs? The Cleveland Fed, in partnership with Atlanta and Philadelphia Feds, finds out. Read more.
Adding enough jobs to accommodate a larger labor force is just one way the Pittsburgh metro area’s economy strengthened: Both GDP per capita and income per capita rose, too.
The Lexington metro area showed signs of strength in some areas and signs of softness in others. For example, the unemployment rate remains low, but total employment decreased.
Employment is up, unemployment is holding steady, GDP per capita is up, and the housing market appears stable: This metro area’s economic situation has improved.
Unemployment remains low, and together the leisure and hospitality and trade, transportation, and utilities sectors added nearly 10,000 jobs to this metro area.
New jobs, increasing home prices, and a healthy GDP spell a stable economy for the Columbus metro area.