We looked inside some of the tweets by @FedResearch and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
ICYMI: The Federal Reserve conducted a pair of supplemental surveys to complement its annual Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking. The second survey was conducted in July 2020: https://t.co/2atpjVf80i
New #IFDPPaper finds firms w. higher markups and in older relationships provide more trade credit, with firms often switching to trade credit but rarely away from it. A model with costly financial intermediation and learning can rationalize these findings: https://t.co/TZTZAG4pfl https://t.co/EBB5iFz5le
New #FEDSPaper shows that participants became significantly more attentive to the expense ratios and to the short-term performance of the investment options in 401(k) plans after the 2012 regulatory reform that mandated their disclosure to participants https://t.co/1phHD7WT3Y https://t.co/zbNmEssrR2