36 Fed. Res. Bull. [i] (1950)

handle is hein.journals/fedred36 and id is 1 raw text is: EDITORIAL COMMITTEE
ELLIOTT THURSTON       WOODLIEF THOMAS        WINFIELD W. RIEFLER       RALPH A. YOUNG
SUSAN S. BURR
The Federal Reserve BULLETIN is issued ilnonthly under the direction of the staff editorial
committee. This committee is responsible for interpretations and opinions expressed, except
in official statements and signed articles.
CONTENTS
PAGE
Production and Prices in Latter Part of 1949                                   1-13
1949 Survey of Consumer Finances-Part VIII. Distribution of Consumer Saving
in  194 8      .    . .... . .. . ........       ...... .. ..... ... .....  14- 34
The French Exchange Stabilization Fund, by Robert Solomon                    35-39
Current Events and Announcements                       ..................    40-43
Law Department                                                                  44
National Summary of Business Conditions                                      45-46
Financial, Industrial, Commercial Statistics, U. S. (See p. 47 for list of tables)  47-105
International Financial Statistics (See p. 107 for list of tables)          107-125
Board of Governors and Staff; Open Market Committee and Staff; Federal
Advisory  Council  . . .................                                      126
Senior Officers of Federal Reserve Banks; Managing Officers of Branches        127
Federal Reserve Publications                                               128-129
Map of Federal Reserve Districts                                               130

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