Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank

photo of The Cover of the report on microbusinesses from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
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New business startup rates in Ohio and across the U.S. remain low despite a growing economy. The latest study from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland offers one explanation for the trend. 

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A new report finds that minority-owned businesses have a more difficult time getting credit from lenders than companies with white owners.

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The industrial heartland continues to struggle with the legacy of lost jobs and population. But whether it continues to be known as a rustbelt or for its renewal depends on whether Ohio invests in immigrants and young people. WKSU’s M.L. Schultze has more from the national Federal Reserve summit that got underway in Cleveland today.