Resilience has historically characterized the New England region, and the past year has exemplified that long-standing quality. Coming out of the worst regional recession since the Great Depression has been slow and painful, and the lives of many of our neighbors have been disrupted along the way. Fortunately, by the end of 1992 there were signs that the economic decline in New England was nearing the bottom.
Complete Report (2.2MB)
The Outlook for New England Banking (1.4MB)
by Richard F. Syron, Thomas E. Pulkkinen, and Eric S. Rosengren
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