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New York Fed research on inventory volatility

RESEARCH - The latest edition of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Current Issues in Economics and Finance, Volume 8 Number 5, titled "Has Inventory Volatility Returned? A Look at the Current Cycle".

Although the massive liquidation of inventories during the 2001 recession recalls the extreme inventory movements that characterized recessions through the early 1980s, it does not signal a return to the inventory volatility of the past, according to this new Fed study. Authors James Kahn and

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