The Federal Reserve’s April Beige Book reports from most of the twelve districts suggest economic activity increased in most regions of the country from March to April.
According to the Fed’s Beige Book, the economy expanded at a modest to moderate pace from early October through mid-November, with manufacturing continuing to grow in most districts.
According to the Fed’s Beige Book, economic activity continued to expand during early July through late August. Several districts characterized business lending as largely flat.
According to the Federal Reserve’s recent Beige Book, overall economic activity increased at a modest to moderate pace since the previous report, with manufacturing expanding in most districts.
According to the Federal Reserve’s recently released Beige Book, economic activity expanded at a moderate pace, with particular strength in industries tied to residential construction and automobiles.