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Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City  Series:Midwest Economist 

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Kansas and Missouri economies

The Missouri and Kansas economies expanded during the fourth quarter of 2012. Employment grew solidly in both Missouri and Kansas, and the pace of growth increased in Missouri. The unemployment rate continued to fall in both states, and was down significantly for the year. Residential real estate conditions were strong and farmland values grew in the fourth quarter, but drought conditions continued to affect farmers.
Midwest Economist , Issue Q I

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Automobile manufacturing in Kansas City metro area

The economic situation in Kansas improved during the summer of 2012, but conditions in Missouri weakened. Employment growth was positive in Kansas during the second quarter, but the pace of growth slowed. In Missouri, employment growth was negative. The unemployment rate rose slightly in both states, but labor market indicators suggest that conditions could improve in the third quarter of 2012.
Midwest Economist , Issue Q II

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Update on Kansas and Missouri economies: Spotlight on Western Kansas

The economic situation in Kansas improved during the summer of 2012, but conditions in Missouri weakened. Employment growth was positive in Kansas during the second quarter, but the pace of growth slowed. In Missouri, employment growth was negative. The unemployment rate rose slightly in both states, but labor market indicators suggest that conditions could improve in the third quarter of 2012.
Midwest Economist , Issue Q III

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Update on Kansas and Missouri economies: Spotlight on Joplin, Missouri

The Missouri and Kansas economies expanded during the fall of 2012. Employment growth in Missouri has accelerated since the summer, while job growth slowed in Kansas but remained positive. The unemployment rate fell in both states, and residential real estate continued to rebound in both Kansas and Missouri. Farmland values grew, but agricultural conditions overall began to show effects from the drought.
Midwest Economist , Issue Q IV

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Update on the Kansas and Missouri economies

Midwest Economist , Issue Q I

Journal Article
Update on Kansas and Missouri economies

Midwest Economist , Issue Q III

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Update on the Kansas and Missouri economies : Aerospace manufacturing in Wichita

The Kansas and Missouri economies continued to improve during the beginning of 2011.
Midwest Economist , Issue Q II

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Kansas and Missouri economies

The Kansas and Missouri economies grew during the spring of 2013. Employment growth was positive in both states, while their unemployment rates stayed flat. Residential real estate conditions continued to improve, and farmland values grew in the first quarter, but expectations for future incomes weakened.
Midwest Economist , Issue Q II

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Update on the Kansas and Missouri economies: Spotlight on manufacturing survey

The Kansas and Missouri economies showed further signs of stabilization heading into 2011, and some firms were seeking to expand. However, unemployment remains elevated,and real estate and construction activity is still sluggish.
Midwest Economist , Issue Q 1

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Update on Kansas and Missouri economies: Spotlight on industrial specialization in Kansas and Missouri

The Kansas and Missouri economies continued to improve during the winter months. Missouri employment growth was slightly negative, but employment growth in Kansas was positive throughout the fourth quarter of 2011. In both Kansas and Missouri, the unemployment rate fell, and there are indications that labor market conditions will improve in each state during the first quarter of 2012. Agricultural conditions were positive in the fourth quarter, and farmland values increased in both Kansas and Missouri.
Midwest Economist , Issue Q I

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