Federal Reserve Board - Beige Book, October 2003

The Federal Reserve Beige Book released on 15 October suggests that, on balance, the pace of economic expansion has picked up since the last report. Ten of the twelve districts indicate that activity has been expanding, while two--Boston and Cleveland--report mixed but steady levels of economic activity.

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Summary

Prepared at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and based on information collected before October 7, 2003. This document summarizes comments

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