Latest Beige Book makes grim reading

The April edition of the Federal Reserve's Beige Book, a summation of economic conditions in the US based on reports from the 12 regional Feds, signals that events in the financial markets are beginning to have a marked impact on the real economy.

Nine of the regional Feds report a slowing in the pace of economic activity. Only the Boston, Cleveland and Richmond banks described activity as mixed or steady.

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