These 392 international series from the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn World Table 7.1 include 190 ratios of GNP to GDP; 29 purchasing power parity- converted GDP per person engaged in labor force; 121 purchasing power parity- converted GDP per person counted in total employment; and 52 purchasing power parity- converted GDP per hour worked by employees.
These seven series from the World Bank represent the cash balance as a percentage of GDP for St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, Japan, and Sweden, as well as the total central government debt as a percentage of GDP for Bulgaria, Seychelles, and Azerbaijan.
These 9 series from the Board of Governors’ E.2 Survey of Terms of Business Lending include data for U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks with repricing intervals greater than 365 days and a minimal risk level. The data cover a variety of topics, including average loan size, weighted-average maturity, weighted-average effective loan rate, and total value of loans.
These 10,377 series from the BEA’s National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA) tables provide comprehensive coverage of the national accounts of the United States. Quarterly and annual data series are published with the Gross Domestic Product release. Monthly data series are published with the Personal Income and Outlays release.
These daily series from Bank of America Merrill Lynch include: 48 semi-annual yield to worst calculations, 1 option-adjusted spread, 1 effective yield, and 1 total return index. Four of the series reflect the Euro High Yield Index.
These four Dow Jones Market Indexes have expanded to take into account the Saturday closing values. The Saturday closing values are available from the beginning of each Dow Jones series until May 1952.
These budget balance and GDP series were constructed using Fiscal Year Gross Domestic Product and Fiscal Year Budget data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the White House: Office of Management and Budget.
FRASER now includes over 3,500 speeches and congressional testimony by members and chairmen of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; the material covers the period from 1914 through 2011.
Public Statements of Federal Reserve Board Members and Chairmen
This monthly index from the University of Louisville Logistics and Distribution Institute is designed to predict the US logistics and distribution activity for the upcoming month. Ranging from 1 to 100, values higher than 50 indicate healthy activity. Professors Sunderesh Heragu and Gail DePuy along with doctoral candidate Erin Gerber designed the index to capture factors such as cargo tonnage shipped by air, railroad, boat and vehicle as well as other economic factors.
FRED now includes the yield to maturity on accrued principal for the 30-Year 0-5/8% Treasury Inflation-Indexed Security due 2/15/2043. The principal for Treasury Inflation-Indexed Securities moves with consumer price index (CPI) inflation; when the securities mature, the U.S. Treasury pays either the original or adjusted principal, whichever is greater.