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By now, you’ve noticed that this issue of Central Banker features a new look. We’ve expanded the number of pages, loosened and simplified the design to make articles easier to read, provided more links to related online materials and rearranged some of the items for a more logical flow of information.
Although the design is new, our goal of providing concise banking news from the Fed perspective remains the same. We value your time and want to make sure that our information is easy to absorb and use. You’ll get economic research pertinent to the Eighth District; in-depth looks at the facts of banking today; local perspectives on national issues; and explanations about Fed-related topics, such as providing liquidity and community programs.
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