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BEIGE BOOK AVAILABLE WEDNESDAY FROM FEDERAL RESERVE BANK

 BEIGE BOOK AVAILABLE WEDNESDAY FROM FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
 SAN FRANCISCO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The beige book, named for the color of its cover, will be available to the media on Wednesday morning, May 6, after 9 a.m PDT. It is a compilation of economic conditions across the United States.
 Your news organization can obtain a copy of the beige book from Federal Reserve Bank offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Salt Lake City and Seattle. In San Francisco, copies can be found at the lobby information desk, 101 Market Street, corner of Spear Street.
 If you wish to be mailed a copy, please contact the Public Information Department of your Federal Reserve Bank. In San Francisco, please phone 415-974-2163 for a copy.
 Included in the final few pages of the beige book is a summary of economic conditions in the nine western states that comprise the 12th Federal Reserve District. Please direct queries to economist Brian Cromwell, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
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 /CONTACT: Brian Cromwell of Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 415-974-3485/ CO: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco ST: California IN: FIN SU:


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