Annual Report of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
- Financial Report
- 2000 Annual Report : Revolutions in Productivity: Will Today's Microchip-Led Surge Take Its Place in History?
- Annual Report 2001 : Equilibrium: How the U.S. Economy Recovers from a Crisis
- Annual Report 2002 : Year in Review: Our People, Our Work
- 2003 Annual Report : Branching Out
- 2004 Annual Report : Common Bonds: Why the Partnership between the U.S. Treasury and the Federal Reserve Is Good for Government, and for You
- Annual Report 2005 : Fed[ucation]
- 2006 Annual Report : CheckPoint: The Reserve's Role in Ensuring Safety, Soundness, and Competitiveness in a Consolidating Banking Industry
- Annual Report 2007 : Looking Back: A Retrospective Conversation with William Poole
- Annual Report 2008 : Central to America's Economy
- Annual Report 2009 : Independence + Accountability: Why the Fed Is a Well-Designed Central Bank
In order to aid in the retrieval of information from this publication, significant tables, charts, and/or articles have been extracted and can be viewed individually or across a span of issues.
Annual reports for the years 1953 through 1978 were not published, but reports of operations were included for these years in the Bank's monthly Review publication. These reports have been extracted and posted here.
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Annual Report of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. 1915-2015. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/149, accessed on April 4, 2020.