Senior Vice President, Economist, and Omaha Branch Executive
Explore the latest speeches and research from Nate Kauffman, vice president, economist, and Denver branch executive at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Financial Stress May Do Relatively Little to Reduce Inflation
Financial stress has risen in the wake of recent bank failures. At the same time, the Federal Reserve has been tightening the stance of monetary policy to reduce elevated inflation. While both...
Tenth District Manufacturing Activity Remained Mostly Steady in May
Regional factory activity was largely unchanged in May. Prices cooled significantly over the last month and year and are...
Tenth District Services Growth Eased Slightly in May
Growth in regional services activity slowed slightly in May but remained positive. Expectations for future activity also...
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Charting the Economy
Timely economic data curated by research staff at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Women in Banking Forum– , MDT History Colorado Center 1200 N. Broadway Denver, CO 80203
Join other women leaders in the financial services sector for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Women in Banking Forum. This event is designed to bring together mid-to senior-level women leaders in the financial services industry and will include banking, economic, leadership and professional development content to enhance your careers and networks.
Minorities in Banking ForumMulti-day event, – Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas 2200 N Pearl St, Dallas, TX 75201
This forum is designed to enhance the careers and networks of mid- to senior-level leaders of color in the financial services industry. Event sessions will include industry updates, professional development conversations, diversity and inclusion strategies, and networking opportunities.
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