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Natural gas gains have put coal in a hole

Economics is driving energy consumption away from coal to natural gas.

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Living in St. Louis

The St. Louis MSA is in the top 6% in real per capita income. Read more in the current issue of Review.

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Wages in St. Louis

From Economic Synopses: The evolution of our local wage distribution.

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FRED explains the Great Moderation

Consult the FRED Blog for insight on econ themes & data.

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Unemployment and Earnings

From Economic Synopses: Longer unemployment means larger losses in future earnings.

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FRED Adds District-Level Banking Data

FRED offers two new datasets on banks supervised by the Federal Reserve Districts: total assets and number of banks. These data differ from the typical, historical data by classifying banks according to the District that has supervisory responsibility for it, rather than using the location of the bank’s headquarters. The latest edition of The Regional Economist compares the two methods and explains the differences shown in the above graph.

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Why Are Some Countries Rich and Others Poor?

In 1776, Adam Smith explained why some nations are wealthier. Today, Page One Economics explains how productivity raises the standard of living.

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Tax Reform

From Economic Synopses: Proposed changes to the tax code will have a variety of effects across states.

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Measuring Losses from Unemployment Spells

From Economic Synopses: The longer a worker is unemployed, the larger the loss in earnings.

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