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Analyzing information from four decades of time use surveys, economists Mark Aguiar of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Erik Hurst of the University of Chicago found that leisure time (defined as time spent on "entertainment/social activities/relaxing") jumped an average of 6.
Howard Amer, deputy associate director in the Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, retired from the Board on January 30, 2005, after thirty-two years of service at the Board and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Kelly and his 140-person group, meanwhile, sell consulting and solutions products to financial institutions such as Bank of New York, Citibank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and First Data.
Peters joined the Federal Reserve System in 1982 as an attorney in the Legal Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
The "Policy Statement" declares, "The 1992 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston study on lending discrimination, Congressional hearings, and agency investigations have indicated that race is a factor in some lending decisions.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- Shawmut National Corporation (NYSE: SNC) announced today that the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston have lifted regulatory agreements under which the corporation and its subsidiary banks have been operating.
In October of this year, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston approved the application of CNB Financial Corp.
Minehan, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.