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 … Continue reading
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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.
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 … Continue reading
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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.
With the overhaul of user accounts, we are proud to introduce a new feature: dashboards. As a registered user, you can now build a personal dashboard that allows you to track your favorite series and graphs. You can create several … Continue reading
These 24 monthly series are from the Sticky Price CPI release produced by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Two-thirds of these CPI series focus on sticky prices, which change relatively infrequently; the other third focus on flexible prices, which … Continue reading
These 719 series are from the Census Bureau’s Quarterly Services Survey. These data provide estimates of revenues and expenses for specific service sector industries.