Wednesday Dec 4
Economists predict rebound in Oklahoma job growth in 2014
A slowdown in Oklahoma's energy and government sectors led to weaker job growth in the state this year, but Oklahoma State University economist Dan Rickman predicts things will pick up again in 2014.
Manufacturer optimism should boost employment
Manufacturers in the region reported a high volume of new orders and strong expectations for future business growth and employment, according to the latest Tenth District manufacturing survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
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Bank supervision needs strengthening, says KC Feda s Esther George
Esther George, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, said supervision of individual banks should be strengthened to increase transparency in financial markets and safeguard the broader financial system.
KC Fed Survey Shows Lower Farm Income
KC FED SURVEY SHOWS LOWER FARM INCOME Nov. 18, 2013 Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City news release Falling crop prices dragged Tenth District farm income lower in the third quarter, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's quarterly Survey of Agricultural Credit Conditions.
Federal Reserve creates website to aid nonprofits
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, which oversees banks in New Mexico, has launched an online tool for nonprofits seeking help in linking up with poten-tial funders.
KC Fed commissions KU student artwork for 100th anniversary
Now through fall 2014, students in a newly created class at the University of Kansas are producing artwork to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Lawrence.com reports.