The U.S. economic recovery continued early in 2015 despite a stronger dollar, plunging crude oil prices and an unusually cold winter weather, according to the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book.
The Beige Book, published by Fed ahead of policy meetings, surveys businesses on the economic conditions from each of the 12 Federal Reserve districts.
Parts of the country were negatively impacted by diminished demand for exports. U.S. goods have become more expensive to foreign buyers as the dollar strengthened to its highest levels in more than a decade. Click here to read more.