The latest issue of Review includes an updated assessment of risk management—specifically, hedging strategies that played a major role in the financial crisis.
Read it Now
Due to inclement weather, the Federal Reserve Board of Governors has closed for today, Tuesday, December 10, 2013. The Board of Governors has postponed the update of H.15 daily series until Wednesday, December 11, 2013 unless otherwise announced.
FRED now includes a beta version with a suite of new interactive functions, including mouse-sensitive plot displays, click-and-drag graphing zooms, new sharing options for Twitter and Facebook, graph-embed buttons, an option to stack series by value or percentage, and one-step graph downloading in PNG, JPG, PDF, or SVG format. The new iOS apps include these new features, but also add push notifications, enhanced graph customization options, and a new design with an iPad-specific layout.
Learn more about these new features.
Download the app from the iTunes app store.
These 3382 annual series are from the Census Bureau’s Annual Services release. These data provide estimates of revenues and expenses for specific service sector industries.
We are currently looking for an experienced web developer and Linux admin to help us with FRED and our other projects! Apply Now!
Web Developer >
Lead Systems Consultant >
Read our latest Review for research on trends and factors surrounding U.S. household balance sheets: analysis of the economically vulnerable, health and wealth effects on retirement, measures of student debt, and debt and leverage effects on consumer spending. This research was presented at a symposium sponsored by the St. Louis Fed’s Center for Household Financial Stability and the Center for Social Development at Washington University in St. Louis.
These 39 annual and monthly series from the National Association of Realtors represent existing home sales, mean and median sales prices, housing inventory, and monthly supply of existing homes on the national and Census region level.
Effective September 30th, 2013, the United States federal government may suspend updates of some data series. We will monitor the situation and update the series in the FRED database as soon as new data are made available.
Affected Sources: BEA, BLS and Census
These 104 annual series from the Census’s Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States dataset represent median household income and real median household income on both the national and state levels.