Strong Farm Economy Continues to Support Credit Conditions

Agricultural credit conditions improved in the first quarter, and farm real estate values continued to increase alongside strength in the U.S. farm economy.

Esther L. George
President and Chief Executive Officer

Esther L. George is president and CEO of the Kansas City Fed and the Tenth District's representative at the FOMC.

Read her latest speech, "PDFThe Path to Price Stability."

Read the latest Bank Capital Analysis

The Bank Capital Analysis provides a horizontal comparison of capital adequacy among banking organizations of varying size and complexity.

The Increasing Brick-and-Mortar Efficiency of Community Banks

Community banks have become more efficient on average since the 2008 global financial crisis.

Triple Play: Kansas City Fed celebrates history of Black baseball

The Negro Leagues Baseball Commemorative Coin unveiling at the Kansas City Fed highlighted recent Bank efforts honoring the...

A Local Look at Labor’s Share of Income

The share of total income going to workers tends to rise during economic downturns. The recent pandemic-induced downturn also...

Download Our Free Book: A Great Moral and Social Force

Learn more about the history of Black community banks with the latest historical publication from the Kansas City Fed.


2022 Agricultural Symposium: Help Wanted in Agriculture

Multi-day event, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

The 2022 Agricultural Symposium will explore the role of labor in determining the long-term outlook for agriculture and related businesses, how policies will shape that outlook, and the potential for structural change.

Energy, Agriculture and the Russia-Ukraine War: Econ Ed from the Fed

, CDT Virtual Professional Development

Educators, join us for virtual professional development to examine real-world topics impacting our daily lives and the global economy. Looking to discuss current events with your students or want to learn more? Then this webinar is designed for you.

Econ Ed from the Fed - Cultural Competence: Discovering a New Lens

, CDT Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank

How do differences amongst your students affect what you teach? What does actively teaching diversity, equity, and inclusion look like? Join us as we explore these ideas and more in a full-day professional development opportunity for K-16 educators. The workshop will offer tools and resources that uncover biases and enhance one’s cultural competency.

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Our Money Museums

Learn about our online exhibits.

Adventure Capital: A Journey Across the Globe in Currency

Explore the history, culture, and landscapes of countries around the world through their currency.