Charles S. Hamlin, the first Chair of the Federal Reserve Board (1914-16), kept handwritten diaries. FRASER has them.
From Economic Synopses: Areas with large declines in house values also had large declines in employment.
From Economic Synopses: Recent labor costs have actually grown more slowly than during the previous recovery.
From Economic Synopses: Relatively speaking, the U.S. pays less to borrow and China earns less from lending. New Chinese policies may change that.
From Economic Synopses: “Too Big To Fail” has some consequences that may not be so obvious.
You can now visit FRED at https://fred.stlouisfed.org. Take a brief tour of its new forms and functions.
Economic Synopses looks at China’s supply of foreign reserves and potential effects on the U.S. economy.
Economic Synopses describes why deficits are expected to persist and debt is projected to grow.
New FRED design launches in June. Be among the first to see it! GDP never looked so good!
The St. Louis Fed’s Beyond the Numbers conference is Oct. 6-8, 2016. You can submit a proposal for a session, panel, workshop, or lightning talk. Deadline: May 31.