Rural Residents Get Housing Help

Investment Connection, a program of the Kansas City Fed, is playing a role in helping southwest Colorado residents get a boost in homeownership opportunities.

Are Contactless Payments Finally Poised for Adoption?

Two types of contactless payments, near-field communication (NFC) and quick response (QR) code, have seen a boost from the...

Farm Lending Remains Muted in Early 2021

Farm loan demand remained muted at commercial banks in the first quarter of 2021.

Tenth District Energy Activity Continued to Increase Moderately

First quarter energy survey results revealed that Tenth District energy activity continued to increase moderately. Activity...

The Evolving Link between Oil Prices and U.S. Consumer Spending

Oil price swings are less likely to yield major changes in consumption, even among lower-income households.


The Emergency Broadband Benefit: What your clients need to know


You’re invited to a free webinar on the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a $3.2 billion program designed to help cover the cost of internet subscriptions for low-income households and those affected financially by the pandemic.

Evening with the Fed Webinar Series 2021

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How has COVID-19 impacted employment and future wages? Join the discussion to receive up-to-date insights, trends and classroom resources from senior economists across the Federal Reserve System.

2021 Agricultural Symposium: The Roots of Agricultural Productivity Growth

Multi-day event, Webcast

The 2021 Agricultural Symposium will explore the key drivers of the persistent growth in agricultural productivity, linkages to other industries, and environmental considerations.

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Our Money Museums

Though the Kansas City and Denver Money Museums are currently closed to all visitors, you can still check out our online experiences.

Let Us Put Our Money Together: The Founding of America's First Black Banks

This virtual exhibit tells the story of Black Americans' struggles to access credit and the nation's banking system, leading to the establishment of the nation's first Black-owned and operated banks.