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Joined on August 13, 2019
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @FedResearch and here's what we found interesting.

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Average replies
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Average retweets
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New #FEDSPaper: Revealing Cluster Structures Based on Mixed Sampling Frequencies https://t.co/fXmPyVqqOO

Ex-ante policies are more effective than ex-post bailouts to mitigate sovereign contagion in the euro-area periphery: https://t.co/xmKw6MSoVu #eurozone #debt #EconTwitter https://t.co/BnizEcveWw

Ex-ante policies are more effective than ex-post bailouts to mitigate sovereign contagion in the euro-area periphery: https://t.co/xmKw6MSoVu #eurozone #debt #EconTwitter https://t.co/BnizEcveWw

The sentiment in #financialstability reports deteriorated considerably in the first half of 2020; this deterioration is associated with concerns about the #COVID19 pandemic expressed in these reports and in news articles: https://t.co/JMAjhJ8Shj #FEDSNote https://t.co/YnkQPONjWT

The sentiment in #financialstability reports deteriorated considerably in the first half of 2020; this deterioration is associated with concerns about the #COVID19 pandemic expressed in these reports and in news articles: https://t.co/JMAjhJ8Shj #FEDSNote https://t.co/YnkQPONjWT

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 #FEDSPaper: When economies grow, who does the growing? U.S. shale boom sparked large employment gains in a range of industries. New firms and establishments accounted for a disproportionate share of overall employment growth: https://t.co/4Nl8rL7eOV https://t.co/CQaJ4iUAQk

New #FEDSPaper: When economies grow, who does the growing? U.S. shale boom sparked large employment gains in a range of industries. New firms and establishments accounted for a disproportionate share of overall employment growth: https://t.co/4Nl8rL7eOV https://t.co/CQaJ4iUAQk

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 #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

Intermediary constraints still matter when the intermediaries are providers of funding to leveraged investors. In the time period studied by Weiss, banks' reserve holdings were the relevant constraint on their loan growth (2/2) https://t.co/sAKcsJK5bF #EconTwitter

New #IFDPPaper: Using historical U.S. data, Weiss shows financial intermediary balance sheet health affects asset prices even when the intermediaries are not investors in the assets (1/2) https://t.co/sAKcsJK5bF https://t.co/9D1uHJqWUT

New #IFDPPaper: Using historical U.S. data, Weiss shows financial intermediary balance sheet health affects asset prices even when the intermediaries are not investors in the assets (1/2) https://t.co/sAKcsJK5bF https://t.co/9D1uHJqWUT

Applying the method, the authors find that TV time has roughly no net effect on children's cognitive skills and a significant negative effect on non-cognitive skills. (2/2) https://t.co/VSNzcB87lg #EconTwitter #econometrics #ChildDevelopment https://t.co/hZXQisFPu3

Applying the method, the authors find that TV time has roughly no net effect on children's cognitive skills and a significant negative effect on non-cognitive skills. (2/2) https://t.co/VSNzcB87lg #EconTwitter #econometrics #ChildDevelopment https://t.co/hZXQisFPu3

A #FEDSPaper proposes that bunching in the treatment variable may be used to build a correction for endogeneity. Paper by Carolina Caetano, Gregorio Caetano & Eric Nielsen. (1/2) https://t.co/VSNzcBpIJQ #EconTwitter #econometrics https://t.co/DiKvI4D9MS

A #FEDSPaper proposes that bunching in the treatment variable may be used to build a correction for endogeneity. Paper by Carolina Caetano, Gregorio Caetano & Eric Nielsen. (1/2) https://t.co/VSNzcBpIJQ #EconTwitter #econometrics https://t.co/DiKvI4D9MS

New #IFDPPaper: Exchange Rates and Endogenous Productivity https://t.co/3gDXlz3uz3 #FedResearch

New #IFDPPaper: Investor Sentiment and the (Discretionary) Accrual-return Relation: https://t.co/otdnh1IqRZ #FedResearch

From the Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking July 2020 supplemental survey: 30% of adults laid off since the start of the pandemic have returned to work for the same employer https://t.co/xNEWUoMcYJ #COVID19 #FedResearch

From the Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking July 2020 supplemental survey: 77% of adults said they were doing at least okay financially, up from 72% in April https://t.co/xNEWUoMcYJ https://t.co/6XOxNce1Ei #COVID19 #FedResearch

Recognizing disruptions to the financial well-being of Americans caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, @federalreserve conducted a pair of supplemental surveys to complement its annual Survey of Household Economics & Decisionmaking (SHED). The July survey: https://t.co/p2nJoqhyY3

New #FEDSPaper: Investor Demands for Safety, Bank Capital, and Liquidity: https://t.co/0UVzgwdZ2U #FedResearch

New #IFDPPaper: The Stock Market Response to a “Regulatory Sine Curve” https://t.co/2pp5Wg4gie #FedResearch

New #IFDPPaper shows that the decline in consumption during unemployment depends on both liquid and illiquid asset holdings. Unemployment risk can amplify business-cycle dynamics due to a flight-to-liquidity when unemployment risk rises https://t.co/jvnrVTH1JS #EconTwitter

New #FEDSNote: Underlying Inflation: Its Measurement and Significance: https://t.co/xhtpostzUu

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

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

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