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The Federal Reserve Board released Jan 2013 U.S. Industrial Production data today. The relevant Tracking the Global Economy charts have been updated at:
Monthly CPI data for electricity (unadjusted, seasonally adjusted) as well as utility (piped) gas service (unadjusted, seasonally adjusted) have been added to FRED. These data represent the U.S. city average price for all urban consumers.
These 32 series cover domestic and foreign sales, exports, imports, production, and inventories of autos, light trucks, and heavy trucks. These series originate from the Supplemental Estimates of Motor Vehicles release from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
This monthly publication was issued by the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Issues are now available on FRASER for the years 1966-1998. Issues after 1998 are available on the St. Louis Fed’s Research website.
National Economic Trends
These 12 series of weekly bond prices from 1855-1865 are from historic copies of The Bankers’ Magazine, Statistical Register, and The New York Times. The series were compiled by economists Gerald P. Dwyer Jr., R.W. Hafer, and Warren E. Weber. The date range covers an era of significant political and economic turmoil for the United States before and immediately after a period of disunion. For a more thorough explanation of the collection and its historical context, see the original article in Historical Methods Volume 32, Number 1: “Weekly U.S. and State Bond Prices, 1855-1865.”
The BLS released January 2013 U.S. nonfarm payroll data. Relevant charts have been updated.
We plan to discontinue the Tracking the Global Economy webpage on March 1st, 2013. If you use these charts regularly, please contact Yang Liu (stlsFRED@stls.frb.org) for alternative solutions.
FRED now includes the yield to maturity on accrued principal for the 10-Year 0-1/8% Treasury Inflation-Indexed Security due 1/15/2023. The principal for Treasury Inflation-Indexed Securities moves with consumer price index (CPI) inflation; when the securities mature, the U.S. Treasury pays either the original or adjusted principal, whichever is greater.
The Federal Reserve Board released Dec 2012 U.S. Industrial Production data.