Financial Update (Second Quarter 2004)



FEATURES

 Deterring Money
 Laundering

 Gramm-Leach-Bliley’s
 Surprising Effects

 Conference Eyes
 Wall Street's Future

 Guynn Discusses
 Growth, Policy

 Fed Guidance
 on Fair Banking

 Check Processing
 Consolidates

 Mortgage Market
 Hits Record

 New Call Report
 Web Site

 Do Markets Reveal
 Their Future Activity?

 New $50 Unveiled

 Davis Joins
 Atlanta Fed Board

 Atlanta Fed Hosts
 ACH Conference

 Atlanta Fed Issues
 2003 Annual Report

 EconSouth
 Redesigned

 New Atlanta Fed
 Subscriber Service

DEPARTMENTS

 Data Bank

 Circular Letters

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Atlanta Fed Redesigns EconSouth Magazine

EconSouth, the Atlanta Fed’s quarterly economic and business magazine, has a fresh new look. Published since 1998, the magazine features articles pertinent to the Southeast, ranging from job destruction in traditional Southeastern industries to the global microenterprise movement to an assessment of the earth’s oil reserves.

The redesigned magazine provides informative new features in an uncluttered format while continuing to provide in-depth coverage of regional, national, and international economic and business trends.

New format creates new options
The new, larger format allows space for more photography and illustration and offers the flexibility of running more stories of varying lengths along with departments and columns. For example, new features—such as “Grassroots,” a short feature highlighting a single community or area and its economy and business climate—bring greater focus to the Southeast’s economic picture. “Q&A” offers interviews with a variety of people from throughout the region, and occasional book reviews speak to Southeastern or national economic issues.

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Old favorites
The magazine retains many of the features that have been around since its beginning, including the editorial column “Fed @ Issue” (formerly “Current Issue”) and the popular “State of the States” department, which moves nearer to the front of the magazine.

Use our WebScriber subscription service to subscribe to EconSouth by mail or to receive e-mail notification when issues are posted online.

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