Indicators & Data

We monitor and analyze economic conditions throughout our seven-state region and the nation, including agriculture, banking, housing, manufacturing and financial markets.

Indicators & Data

  • Tenth District LMI Labor Force Report
    Get a snapshot of low- and moderate-income (LMI) labor market conditions in the Federal Reserve Tenth District.
  • Regional Economic Databooks

    Get summaries of regional and national economic indicators for the Tenth District.

  • Kansas City Financial Stress Index

    The Kansas City Financial Stress Index (KCFSI) is a monthly measure of stress in the U.S. financial system based on 11 financial market variables.

  • Manufacturing Survey

    The District's monthly Survey of Manufacturers provides information on current manufacturing activity in the Tenth District.

  • Low- and Moderate-Income Survey

    The District's quarterly survey measures the economic conditions of low- and moderate-income (LMI) populations and the organizations that serve them.

  • Agricultural Credit Survey

    The District's quarterly Survey of Agricultural Credit Conditions provides current indicators of the financial performance of Tenth District agriculture.

  • Agricultural Finance Databook

    The Kansas City Fed oversees this quarterly compilation of various data on current developments in agricultural finance at both a national and regional level.

  • District Banking Conditions (March 2014)

    Bank earnings in first quarter 2014 slightly declined but remain near 2013 levels, while fewer banks are experiencing a net loss.  The decline in earnings is due to declining net interest margins and noninterest income.  Problem assets continued to decline in March 2014 with further improvement in the construction & land development (CLD) loan portfolio and the residential loan portfolio.  Capital levels overall have risen in first quarter 2014.

  • Lending Patterns of Small Commercial Banks (March 2014)

    Nationwide, the majority of banks across all bank sizes increased lending over the past year.  Meanwhile, a larger proportion of small banks increased their small business lending.

  • Regional Asset Indicators

    Metrics that regions can use to better understand their economic assets and to help inform private, public, and nonprofit regional development strategies.