- Tuesday Sector Leaders: Railroads, Rubber & Plastics
In trading on Tuesday, railroads shares were relative leaders, up on the day by about 2.3%. Leading the group were shares of Kansas City Southern , up about 3.5% and shares of Railamerica up about 3% on the day. 火曜日の取引では、鉄道株は約2.3％の当日、相対的なリーダーだった
- US towns face New Year clean-up as twister toll rises
KANSAS CITY - Shaken residents spent yesterday sifting through the wreckage wrought by tornadoes that touched down in several American states on Saturday, killing seven people and injuring dozens of others.Six people - three in... カンザスシティーは - 車検の住民は、土曜日に、いくつかのアメリカの州で着。竜巻によってもたらされた残骸をふるい七人が死亡、others.Six数十人の負傷昨日過ごした - 三インチ..
- Small-Bank Model Threatened by Big Banks, Fed Official Says
Thomas Hoenig, president of the Kansas City Fed, said some policies placed community banks at a competitive disadvantage to larger ones. ホーニグは、カンザスシティー地区連銀の社長は、いくつかの政策が競争上不利に大きなものにコミュニティバンクを配置した
- In Brief
Donald Kohn, the second-highest ranking official at the US Federal Reserve, says he will step down when his term ends in late June. Kohn's departure will open up a third seat on the seven-member Federal Reserve board, giving President Barack Obama a chance to put his imprint on the central bank. A veteran of the Fed, Kohn first joined it as an economist in Kansas City in the early 1970s. He has been a member of the Fed board since 2002. コーン理事は、米連邦準備理事会で2番目の最高幹部、彼は時の任期は6月末に終了するステップとしている