Kansas City Financial Stress Index
A positive value indicates that financial stress is above the long-run average, while a negative value signifies that financial stress is below the long-run average. Another useful way to assess the current level of financial stress is to compare the index to its value during past, widely recognized episodes of financial stress.
The KCFSI suggests financial stress continued to decline in February.
Set of data of February 2023 Kansas City Financial Stress Index.
Reference period: Release dates
December 2022: Tuesday, Jan 10, 2023
January 2023: Thursday, Feb 9, 2023
February: Thursday, Mar 9
March: Tuesday, Apr 11
April: Tuesday, May 9
May: Friday, Jun 9
June: Wednesday, Jul 12
July: Wednesday, Aug 9
August: Tuesday, Sept 12
September: Wednesday, Oct 11
October: Thursday, Nov 9
November: Monday, Dec 11
December: Tuesday, Jan 9, 2024
- External Link2022 release dates
- PDF2021 Release Dates
- PDF2020 Release Dates
- PDF2019 Release Dates
- PDF2018 Release Dates
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