Directors, officers connect with the Albuquerque community

Meetings, events and interaction with residents help Bank officials gain better understanding of local and regional economies.

TEN Magazine

TEN Magazine is a quarterly publication that highlights the Kansas City Fed's research and practices through the experiences of everyday people from the region.

Latest stories

How Gen Z and millennials are using social media tools to handle their money

Young adults—Gen Z and millennials—use social media tools to manage their money much more so than older adults.

Exploring how traditional credit scoring can be barriers for many consumers

Traditional credit scores don’t always accurately reflect repayment ability and might disproportionately punish certain consumers.

‘Girls in Tech’ aims to bridge industry gender gap, highlight career opportunities

Kansas City area girls participated in coding sessions and learned about career paths in the information technology field.

From the Vault: A giant leap for Bank technology

In 1969, the Tenth District began implementing a computer system that helped propel the Reserve Bank into modern data processing.

Kansas City Fed announces director election results and appointments

The election results and appointments fill seats on the Bank's headquarters office and Branch boards of directors.

Reshuffling the global energy deck

The annual Energy and the Economy Conference highlighted how the global energy mix is changing and examined the implications.

FedNow Service continues momentum

The Federal Reserve’s first new payment rail in 50 years has seen steady growth with broad geographic reach.

Ask an Economist: Labor constraints and strong demand are driving robust food services inflation

Food service prices have been elevated by the sector’s fast rebound in expenditures and its high dependency on labor.

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