FRED has added 9 series from the CPI-E release, an experimental price index for Americans 62 years of age and older calculated by the BLS. NOTE: Users should consider the limitations of this experimental index, which are noted on the … Continue reading
Inclement weather has caused federal offices in Washington, DC, to close Thursday, March 5, 2015. Some data releases have been delayed: The daily release of interest rates (H.15), commercial paper, and interest rate spreads will be published on the first … Continue reading
FRED has added 261 series to its Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Commercial Banks dataset from the Board of Governor’s H.8 release. Most of these series relate to real estate.
FRED has added 168 series to its Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) dataset from Eurostat. Most of these series relate to the expansion of the euro area to 19 countries.
FRED has added 5,466 series of earnings data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Population Survey. Categories include (among others) age, race, sex, occupation, full- or part-time status, and educational attainment.
Inclement weather has caused federal offices in Washington, DC, to close Tuesday, February 17, 2015. The weekly release of Selected Interest Rates – H.15 will be published on the first business day these federal offices reopen.
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FRED has added 36 daily Russell Index series. These Russell stock indexes represent varying coverage percentages of the U.S. equity market.
FRED has just added 3 labor market conditions indexes. Two of the indicators are from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, and one is from the Federal Reserve Board. These monthly indexes use various labor market variables to measure … Continue reading
In its 22-year history, the Regional Economist has undergone several makeovers in design and content. Help us make the next version more valuable by taking this survey. The articles in this quarterly publication are written by economists primarily for an … Continue reading