New research looks at the currently low level of housing permits, which may provide insight into the future of the housing market.
American car owners are replacing their vehicles less frequently. Learn how that could affect auto manufacturing employment.
Energy, health care, and housing may be pushing down our low rate of inflation: Is it weaker demand or stronger supply that’s at work?
The FRED Blog looks at the distribution of wage income.
Like rolling a 6-sided die and having a 7 come up… This 3-part essay examines the lingering effects of the Financial Crisis and how we now think about risk.
Central banks have purchased long-term bonds to lower long-term yields, but the Bank of Japan has taken it to epic proportions.
A recent Review article by Kevin L. Kliesen, Brian Levine, and Christopher J. Waller analyzes the impact of Fed communications on key financial market variables.
Are firms too attached to bonds? Read about it on the FRED Blog.
…could we avoid financial crises and limit the effects of recessions?
Expected growth: 11%. Actual growth: 4.7%. Read why.