Labor Market Conditions

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Labor Market Conditions Indicators

The Kansas City Fed Labor Market Conditions Indicators (LMCI) are two monthly measures of labor market conditions based on 24 labor market variables.

Kansas City Financial Stress Index

The Kansas City Financial Stress Index (KCFSI) is a monthly measure of stress in the U.S. financial system based on 11 financial market variables.

Agricultural Finance Databook

The Kansas City Fed oversees this quarterly compilation of various data on current developments in agricultural finance at both a national and regional level.

Tenth District LMI Labor Force Report

Get a snapshot of low- and moderate-income (LMI) labor market conditions in the Federal Reserve Tenth District.

Regional Economic Databooks

Get summaries of regional and national economic indicators for the Tenth District.

Low- and Moderate-Income Survey

The District's quarterly survey measures the economic conditions of low- and moderate-income (LMI) populations and the organizations that serve them.

Tenth District Energy Survey

Get information on current activity among energy firms in the Tenth District.

Agriculture & Rural Economies

Insights on agricultural and rural economies regionally and nationally.

Manufacturing Survey

The District's monthly Survey of Manufacturers provides information on current manufacturing activity in the Tenth District.

Agricultural Credit Survey

The District's quarterly Survey of Agricultural Credit Conditions provides current indicators of the financial performance of Tenth District agriculture.

Lending Patterns of Small Commercial Banks

Nationwide, the majority of banks across all bank sizes increased lending over the past year.  Meanwhile, a larger proportion of small banks increased their small business lending, while larger banks (except for the very largest) experienced higher small business loan growth.

District Banking Conditions

May 29, 2015

Bank earnings through the first quarter 2015 remained at 2014 levels, while fewer banks are experiencing a net loss. Problem assets continued to fall in the first quarter 2015 with further improvement in the construction & land development loan portfolio and the residential loan portfolio. Capital levels continue to rise in the first quarter 2015.