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Mortgage Markets


CFI in Focus: A Guide to the Philadelphia Fed’s Multifaceted Contributions to Housing and Mortgage Research and Policy

The Philadelphia Fed has one of the largest concentrations of housing and mortgage experts in the Federal Reserve System. This CFI in Focus article describes how we engage in housing- and mortgage-related topics in monetary policy, bank supervision, public outreach and convenings, and in producing research and data resources.

Consumer Credit

Working Paper

The Opioid Epidemic and Consumer Credit Supply: Evidence from Credit Cards

WP 23-28 – Using a unique data set of unsolicited credit card offer mailings by banks to consumers, we investigate how opioid abuse affects consumer credit supply in the U.S.

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Q&A: Julapa Jagtiani on Fintech

Our Seventh Annual Fintech Conference in September brought more than 1,500 leaders and experts together to discuss the latest issues and trends related to fintech. At the lead of this effort is Julapa Jagtiani, senior economic advisor and economist. Here, Jagtiani shares details on how the conference started and what lies ahead.

Aruoba-Diebold-Scotti Business Conditions Index

An index designed to track real business conditions at high observation frequency

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How Effective Are Place-Based Industrial Policies?

Research in Focus — Enghin Atalay of the Philadelphia Fed and his coauthors study place-based subsidy programs, including their impact on reducing wage inequality between Turkey’s various provinces.

About Us

Press Release

Philadelphia Fed Names First Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia today announced the appointment of Jeanne R. Rentezelas to first vice president and chief operating officer, effective November 16. Rentezelas has worked at the Philadelphia Fed since 2010 and is currently senior vice president and general counsel. She succeeds James D. Narron, who retired earlier this year after 27 years of service to the Federal Reserve System.





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