On April 25th, all series from S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC will be removed from FRED, ALFRED, and GeoFRED. These series will also no longer be available through the Excel Add-in, mobile apps, and API or any other FRED services we provide. Links to these series or graphs that contain these series may be broken or return unexpected results.
This includes the following series:
We are working to bring comparable series to FRED as soon as possible. Twenty Metro Area CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Indices will be added in the next few months.
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FRASER has added a collection of source materials cited by Allan Meltzer in his two-volume history of the Federal Reserve System.
These 232 monthly series are from the Business Leaders Survey and Empire State Manufacturing Survey produced by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The Business Leaders Survey has 56 series and focuses on the service sector in New York State, northern New Jersey, and Fairfield County, Connecticut. The Empire State Manufacturing Survey has 176 series and focuses on the manufacturing sector only in New York State.
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This monthly review of economic conditions has been published by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York under various titles since 1919. Issues are now available on FRASER for 1919-1994.
These five quarterly series are from the Z.1 Financial Accounts of the United States release produced by the Board of Governors. One of these series deals with student loans and the other four series pertain to intellectual property.
These 4 monthly series are from the Tech Pulse release produced by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. The San Francisco Tech Pulse coincidence index measures the economic activity and health of the US information technology sector.
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These 40 weekly series published by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation represent national rates and rate caps on jumbo and non-jumbo savings accounts, money market accounts, interest checking accounts, and certificates of deposit.
Over 350,000 reports of the conditions of national and state member banks, dating 1916-1959, have been added to FRASER.