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The KC Fed LMCI suggests the level of activity continued to edge up in May

More timely data on current macroeconomic conditions can reduce uncertainty about forecasts, helping policymakers mitigate risk of extreme economic outcomes.

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 Outlook for the Economy and Banks."

The KCFSI indicates stress decreased to a low level in May

The KCFSI suggests financial stress remained low level in May.

To Improve the Accuracy of GDP Growth Forecasts, Add Financial Market Conditions

More timely data on current macroeconomic conditions can reduce uncertainty about forecasts, helping policymakers mitigate the...

Puzzlingly Divergent Trends in Household Wealth and Business Formation

Economic theory suggests wealthier households are more likely to start businesses—but the rate of new business formation has...

The Past, Present and Future of Black Wall Street

This edition of the Oklahoma Economist reviews the history of Black Wall Street, its economy in recent years and current...

Tenth District Services Activity Continued to Expand at High Levels

Tenth District services activity continued to expand at high levels, and expectations for future activity increased.

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Banking and the Economy: The Uneven Impacts of the Pandemic on Women

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