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Research Announcements On FRED

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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The Ins & Outs of Insurance

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

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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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Stronger Dollar

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

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Attention Forecasters

Join FREDcast, our econ forecasting game. Need more details?

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China Is Consuming More Services

From Economic Synopses: Read how Chinese tourists have affected that nation’s balance of payments.

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U.S. Bonds

From Economic Synopses: Foreign demand for U.S. Treasuries may be crucial in keeping a cap on U.S. borrowing costs.

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Inflation

From Economic Synopses: How fast are prices rising? It depends on what you’re buying.

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How Oil Affects Debt Default

From Economic Synopses: The risk of default for oil-producing economies.

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Working, but Not at Capacity

From Economic Synopses: Reasons why more of the labor force is employed but less capacity is being used—plus related FRED data.

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