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Research Announcements

What’s a Financial Conditions Index?

From Economic Synopses: These indexes can be the barometers of financial market health.

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Don’t Red States Tax and Spend Less than Blue States?

From Economic Synopses: Politics don’t seem to affect overall state government revenues and spending.

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The Ins and Outs of Trade

Page One Economics looks at the winners and losers in international trade.

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Consult the FRED Blog

Insight on econ themes & data: Recent posts explore how economies grow and how seasons affect retail.

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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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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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