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It is important that each chartered institution that plans to have a Fed account on Jan. 1, 1998, sign and return a new Master Account Agreement to the Fed as soon as possible. The Fed's Payment Risk Management Section has also asked institutions to provide an updated list of contacts.
For more information, call Tammie Hittmeier at (314) 444-8565 or Hillary Debenport at (314) 444-8488.
Texarkana Community Partnership Opportunities, a resource guide developed by the Reserve Banks of St. Louis and Dallas, now is available. The guide contains information on organizations and programs working to meet the community and economic development needs of the Texarkana metropolitan area. To request a copy, call Kim Bowlin at (501) 324-8251.
The St. Louis Fed's research publication Monetary Trends, which offers monthly data on commercial bank loans and investments, interest rates and monetary policy, will feature a new format beginning in January 1998. Changes include additional charts replacing growth triangles, as well as a broader selection of data. For a complimentary subscription, call Debbie Dawe at (314) 444-8809.
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Fed in Print: An index of the economic research conducted by the Fed.