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China's changing economy

Rock the Fed: Concert teaches students personal finance

Through a partnership with Funding the Future, a nonprofit that promotes financial education, the Kansas City Fed organized Rock the Fed, an event that featured the band Gooding, whose members discussed personal finance concepts with area high school students.

Winter 2017

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In the wake of Brexit: A look at global economic uncertainty

The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union, popularly known as Brexit, has raised uncertainty about the near-term and long-term economic growth of the U.K. and the eurozone.

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Agricultural wealth: Assessing the dispersion of farmland values

By Kevin Wright/ Editor

Although average farmland values have declined modestly over the past couple of years, farmland values in some areas have fallen sharply while values in other areas have risen.

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Housing’s new horizon: Market shows signs of strength and weakness

By Kevin Wright/ Editor

Home sales, remodeling and new housing construction are on the rise after several years of lackluster growth.

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Weakening Productivity: The drag of energy and manufacturing on growth

A changing industry mix—from manufacturing and energy to services—has weakened the growth of labor productivity in the United States.

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President’s Message: Challenging issues for banking and the United States

President Esther George discusses the future of banking regulation and the challenges the industry faces.

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Notes

A look at Kansas City Fed events, programs and happenings from around the Tenth District.

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Making a connection

A glimpse at the recent community outreach activities of President Esther L. George and the staff of the Kansas City Fed.

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Banking and the Economy: A forum for minority bankers

Minorities in the banking industry face several challenges, including a lack of role models, mentors and access to career development.

Fall 2016 Issue