These 1247 series are from the Census Bureau’s Annual Services Survey. These data provide estimates of revenues and expenses for specific service sector industries.
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These 16 daily series are constructed by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and include various interest rate spreads such as the 5-year breakeven inflation rate, the TED spread and the 5-year, 5-year forward inflation expectation rate.
Real M1 and M2 money stocks are constructed by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis as nominal money stock measures adjusted for inflation using the consumer price index. M1 includes funds that are readily accessible for spending. M2 includes a broader set of financial assets held principally by households.
The Federal Reserve Banks opened for business in 1914. This collection includes a timeline, publications, images, and other media that document the history of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis throughout the last century.
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These 1640 monthly and annual series from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas improve the quality of payroll employment data for the state of Texas and its metropolitan areas by using early benchmarking and two-step seasonal adjustment.
These 36 weekly series from Freddie Mac pertain to mortgage origination fees, discount points and adjustable rate mortgage margins for the US and the 5 Freddie Mac Regions.
These 86 quarterly series from the Census Bureau represent rental vacancy rates, homeowner vacancy rates, and homeownership rates on the national and Census-region level.
To commemorate the Federal Reserve’s 100th anniversary, this issue of Review assembles historically important research and commentary on the role and impact of the Federal Reserve, the legacy of the St. Louis Fed, and the contributions of key individuals to the monetary policy debate. Read This Issue