The OECD switched Australia, Germany and Italy’s business cycles from expansion to recession. The relevant Tracking the Global Economy charts have been updated.
The BEA released 2012 Q1 U.S. GDP data. The relevant Tracking the Global Economy charts have been updated at http://research.stlouisfed.org/economy.
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The diaries of Charles S. Hamlin, the first Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, are now available on FRASER for the years 1913-1916.
Find and join thoughtful discussions of economic research with EconAcademics.org. This new site aggregates content found on numerous economic blogs, via RePEc’s services, to foster and enhance academic research based discussions of economic issues in the blogosphere. Join the discussion … Continue reading
The Federal Reserve Board has released March 2011 U.S. Industrial Production data. The relevant Tracking the Global Economy charts have been updated at http://research.stlouisfed.org/economy.
These 20 series from the Federal Housing Finance Agency represent average house price changes on repeat sales transactions on the same single-family properties.
The U.S. Census Bureau released March 2012 U.S. retail sales data.
Page One Economics Newsletter just published an article on data revisions. The initial unemployment claims weekly data is one example: These data are released just five days after the information is collected and then revised in subsequent reports. To see … Continue reading
FRED would like to congratulate Dr. David Lambert of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University for winning the highly coveted FRED hoodie. Dr. Lambert won the hoodie for participating in our FRED customer satisfaction survey. Thanks to … Continue reading