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 change relatively frequently.
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.
These 175 monthly series published by the Bank for International Settlements represent real and nominal effective exchange rate indices. The indices are available in two basket compositions: broad indices covering 60 countries and the euro area, and narrow indices consisting of 26 countries and the euro area.
The latest issue of Review, now published quarterly, offers commentary on labor force participation by our Bank president, Jim Bullard, and a practical guide to tracking the U.S. economy. Other articles analyze state-level exports during the Great Trade Collapse and rebound, QE, and the effect of monetary policy surprises on asset prices.
These 4 monthly series are from the Current Median CPI release produced by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. These CPI series are created to produce a better core inflation measure.
These 177 monthly series for finance companies are from the Board of Governors G.20 Finance Companies release. These data look at owned, managed, and securitized receivables at finance companies for consumers, real estate, and businesses.
These 165 monthly series for the Euro Area (18 countries) are from the Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices release from Eurostat. These series cover 165 industry categories including alcoholic beverages and tobacco, clothing and footwear, communications, education, food and non-alcoholic beverages, health, household equipment, housing, hotels and restaurants, miscellaneous goods and services, recreation and culture, and transportation.
These 146 series published by the Board of Governors denote interest rates; outstanding amounts; and issuances of commercial paper for various maturities and ratings.
These 26 annual and quarterly series published by the Board of Governors represent values and volumes of currency in circulation; cost of new currency; and the Reserve Banks’ inventories, payments, and receipts of one dollar coins.
These 20 monthly series represent Producer Price Indexes (PPI) for final demand in goods, services, and construction that are sold for personal consumption, capital investment, government purchases, and export. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has transitioned from the Stage of Processing to the Final Demand-Intermediate Demand aggregation system. As a result, the new headline figure is now the PPI for final demand rather than the PPI for finished goods.