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Insight on econ themes & data. Recently, slow…labor…productivity…growth and the “Twist.”

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A Degree Doesn’t Always Build Wealth

The latest Review offers research and discussion about racial wealth gaps among the college-educated.

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FRED Adds Japan’s National Accounts

FRED has added 14 quarterly national accounts series published by the Cabinet Office of Japan. These series consist of estimates of real GDP and its main components.

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FRASER: Preserving the History of Financial Data

FRASER has all the weekly issues of U.S. Financial Data, 1967-2015: monetary & reserve aggregates, interest rates, commercial bank loans…

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The Ins & Outs of Insurance

The latest from Page One Economics covers the basics of insurance.

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FRED Adds County Homeownership Rate Data

These 3143 series on county homeownership rates come from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. The homeownership rate is computed by dividing the number of households who own their residence by the total number of occupied housing units.

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What Do You Want To Know About Employment?

Our new page provides easy-to-read research on issues related to employment.

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Fed History

1951’s Treasury-Fed Accord established the Federal Reserve’s independence. View the timeline on FRASER.

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FRED Adds Corporate Bonds

FRED has added 204 monthly series on corporate bond yield curves based on methodology developed by the U.S. Treasury. These high-quality market (HQM) yields are used to discount future pension liabilities as required by the Pension Protection Act. The HQM yield curve uses data from a set of corporate bonds rated AAA, AA, or A that accurately represent the high-quality corporate bond market. Yields are projected for corporate bonds beyond 30 years maturity.

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Stronger Dollar

U.S. firms have adjusted well to the recent appreciation of the dollar.

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