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This issue of CB sports a new look. (Some say it's about time!) We've changed the nameplate to clarify just what the initials CB have always stood for: Central Banker. We've also enlarged the type size and widened the columns. Finally, we've upgraded the paper and used more color and illustrations.
What's the point? To increase readability and focus attention on the critical news about the Federal Reserve. As you've told us repeatedly, you want up-to-date information about the Fed, but you want it in a short, easy-to-absorb format, accompanied by contact information should you require more information.
Current and back issues of Central Banker are available online at: www.stlouisfed.org/publications. On this web page, there's also a link to our electronic mailing list where you can sign up for electronic notification of each new issue.
As always, Central Banker will continue to cover the full range of Fed news affecting Eighth District bankers. Your feedback is important, and we're eager to hear from you. What topics would you like us to cover? Who else at your institution should receive Central Banker? Let us know. You may write the Central Banker editor at email@example.com.
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