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 Long Return to Normal."
A tight labor market tends to raise wages and lower unemployment, but an overly tight labor market can cause inflation. Labor market momentum, as measured by the Kansas City Fed Labor Market...
The Federal Reserve Banks of Dallas and Kansas City hold an annual joint energy conference, which focuses on the key drivers...
The Rocky Mountain region attracts significant investments in traditional energy resources. Likewise, the region and surrounding states are attracting a significant share of investment in...
Presentations on eight new and existing community and economic development proposals from across Kansas and Missouri will be shared.
The Federal Reserve Banks of Dallas and Kansas City hold an annual joint energy conference, which focuses on the key drivers of oil and gas and their implications for the energy industry, the financial sector and the broader economy. Top leaders from academia, business and government present and discuss their views on these topics.
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