From the Federal Reserve:
"The FRASER team at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, has put together a timeline that provides details for key events in the COVID-19 pandemic, and its impact in the United States. The timeline, which focuses on economic and financial impact and policy responses, is updated regularly with supporting documents and links.
Additionally, as many schools and universities have moved entirely to online learning in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have put together a selection of historical primary and secondary source resources from our economic, finance, and banking collections.
Finally, you can find preliminary economic research regarding the impacts of COVID19 on our COVID19 Research Resources page:
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If you need assistance with library sources or services, finding information for your project or class, identifying research tools or methods, you can contact your librarian, Wendi Arant Kaspar through a number of modes:
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