Four Things We Learned From the New York Fed’s 2010 Blackbooks

Opening the New York Fed’s 2010 Blackbooks

U.S. central bankers faced a plethora of challenges in 2010, when they struggled to revive an economy still battered by the global financial meltdown while fighting off headwinds of the European debt crisis. Through a Freedom of Information Act request, Bloomberg has obtained documents that provide a rare, behind-the-scenes look at some of the private forecasts and deliberations of Federal Reserve staff members at the center of the storm.

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