Kansas City Fed launches new website

Kansas City Fed

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City launched a new website on February 28, with the aim of streamlining its communications.

In a statement, the central bank branch said the redesign would provide users with “easier functionality” and better navigation to information and resources. The website receives roughly one million page views a year.

“The new digital experience will provide visitors with a better understanding of how the Kansas City Fed is serving their community and the nation,” the

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