This two-part essay reconnects the Taylor rule and Fed policy.
Enjoy research on “lowflation,” the global economy, the U.S.-Europe hours gap, and pork-barrel politics.
FRED has added 173 non-seasonally adjusted series from the national income and product accounts from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). These series are the non-seasonally adjusted counterparts to the gross domestic product, gross domestic income, and federal, state, and local government current receipts and expenditure accounts. All the data are available in these convenient release tables.
Recent posts look at Japan’s anti-retirement miracle, uncertainty, and who’s quitting their jobs.
Effective December 24, 2018, the U.S. federal government may suspend updates of some data series. We will monitor the situation and update the series in the FRED database as soon as new data are made available.