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Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Welcome to the New York Fed YouTube Channel

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We invite you to view our videos where you can learn more about our role and that of the wider Federal Reserve System in setting monetary policy, promoting financial stability, and serving communities to advance economic growth.

Learn about the New York Fed's almost 100-year history: http://newyorkfed.org/about...
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We invite you to view our videos where you can learn more about our role and that of the wider Federal Reserve System in setting monetary policy, promoting financial stability, and serving communities to advance economic growth.

Learn about the New York Fed's almost 100-year history: http://newyorkfed.org/about... Show less

Savvy Credit Video Festival 2009-2014 (formerly Financial Awareness Video Festival) Play

The New York Fed's Savvy Credit Video Festival seeks to engage, educate and empower young adults to be smart users of credit.

The festival challenges college students to produce a 30-second video promoting wise credit use among young adults. The contest provides students the opportunity to learn about the value of financial literacy and good credit through creative means. Each year, the New York Fed sponsors two festivals: one in Puerto Rico and another for the tri-state region of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Submitted videos were voted on by the public, with finalists judged by a celebrity panel before a live audience at a special event. Winning teams received prizes; first place included a cash award and the opportunity to have their video screened in New York City movies theaters.

We invite you to view the First, Second, Third Place Winners and the newly added Social Media Prize (video with the most public votes).

For more information on the Video Festival visit: newyorkfed.org/videocompetition

National Maps Show Monthly Changes in Home Prices (2003-2014) Play

National maps show changes in monthly home prices compared with prices one year earlier, by county, based on CoreLogic overall house price indexes.

The Liberty Street Economics Blog has provided analysis on this housing data, including 'First Impressions Can Be Misleading: Revisions to House Price Changes" on March 26, 2013, and "Housing Checkup—Has the Market Finally Bottomed Out?" on July 17, 2012.

You can read both reports here:

First Impressions Can Be Misleading: Revisions to House Price Changes
libertystreeteconomics.newyorkfed.org/2013/03/first-impressi­ons-can-be-misleading-revisions-to-house-price-changes

Housing Checkup--Has the Market Finally Bottomed Out?
libertystreeteconomics.newyorkfed.org/2012/07/just-released-­housing-checkup-has-the-market-finally-bottomed-out

For more information on National Home Price Index: newyorkfed.org/home-price-index

Protecting Critical Infrastructure in Urban Areas Play

The conference held on November 1, 2013 brought together experts on risk analysis and local policymakers to develop a framework for decision making on the protection of infrastructure in the wake of disasters.

The damage and disruption caused by Superstorm Sandy on the communications, power, and transportation infrastructure in many parts of the New York City region highlighted the need to examine ways to limit the adverse effects of extreme events on critical infrastructure in urban areas.

Conference participants included representatives of state and local governments and various utilities as well as academics who provided perspective on the issues.

The discussion-oriented conference outlined key elements of an effective public policy strategy to address the potential infrastructure losses attributable to catastrophic events.

For more information on the conference:
http://www.newyorkfed.org/research/conference/2013/managing_­risk_catastrophes.html
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