These 220 data series from the Census’s Monthly Wholesale Trade Survey represent sales, inventories, and inventories-to-sales ratios of merchant wholesalers for selected durable and nondurable goods categories.
The latest issue of Review includes an updated assessment of risk management—specifically, hedging strategies that played a major role in the financial crisis.
Read it Now
We have added two new features to the FRED API, a web service that allows developers to write programs that retrieve economic data.
These 4,542 international series from the University of Groningen’s Penn World Table 8.0 include important economic indicators such as purchasing power parity-converted GDP, productivity, household consumption, population levels, and exchange rates for 167 countries.
FRASER now has the largest digital collection of Federal Reserve historical materials. The newest documents are from the Records of the Federal Reserve System held at the National Archives and contain the records of the Reserve Bank Organization Committee, materials from the Banking Holiday of 1933, and materials from the Open Market Investment Committee and the Open Market Policy Conference, predecessors to the FOMC.
These 33 quarterly series published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis estimate the effect of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) on selected federal government receipts and expenditures.
This data series produced by Nikkei, Inc. is a daily stock market index that includes 225 companies on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The Nikkei 225 is considered the leading index of Japanese stocks.
On July 31, 2013, the Bureau of Economic Analysis will incorporate a comprehensive revision into the National Income and Product Accounts data. This change will affect series included in the Gross Domestic Product release and the Personal Income and Outlays release.
These 58,000 series from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) include important economic indicators such as GDP, interest rates, and inflation measures for 40 countries and 11 geopolitical divisions. In addition to having indicators for the OECD member countries, the dataset includes indicators for large emerging markets such as China, India, and Brazil. The MEI also includes series such as business tendency surveys, employment data, and banking data.
These 1,973 quarterly and annual series combine data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis’s National Income and Product Accounts and the Federal Reserve Board’s Flow of Funds Accounts to link production and income changes in net worth for the U.S. economy. The series are jointly published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Federal Reserve Board.