2020 Fall TEN Magazine Featured articles October 14, 2020 Jackson Hole symposium: Navigating economic challenges The 44th symposium, which took place Aug. 27-28, may be remembered as much for its content as for being the first presented... October 13, 2020 Listen to webinar about America’s first Black-owned banks A new webinar presents a virtual guided tour through historical accounts of efforts to establish the first Black banks in the... October 13, 2020 COVID-19 survey: Feedback shows depth of hardship for communities Community Development staffs from all 12 Reserve Banks and the Board of Governors conducted a survey to help gauge the scope... October 14, 2020 From the Vault: Denver examination team formed in 1979 In October 1979 the Kansas City Fed established its first commercial bank examination department seated at the Bank’s Denver... October 13, 2020 Why U.S. coins seem scarce Though there actually isn’t a “shortage,” the Federal Reserve, the U.S. Mint and industry partners are addressing circulation... October 14, 2020 Connections drawn between enhanced unemployment benefits and lives saved As the economic crisis continues, a research study asserts a connection between enhanced jobless payments and lives saved. Around the region Ten Ask an Economist: Policymakers have options for accommodations Brent Bundick and A. Lee Smith explain the tools and measures available if central bank officials choose a path of further accommodation. Ten Agricultural symposium papers to be available This year’s agricultural symposium was positioned to explore the underlying drivers of agricultural productivity and prospects for long-term growth. Additional Content Ten Federal Reserve Board announces details of FedNow Service Through FedNow, participating institutions will be able to provide safe and efficient instant-payment services. Ten New federal data website promotes fiscal transparency The U.S. government has launched a new website tohelp the public and analysts better understand how the country’s money is collected and spent.