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The Future of Bitcoin

Economic Synopses looks at likely paths for crypto.

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Multiple Jobs

Who do you think is most likely to hold down multiple jobs? Well-educated women?

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More-Useful User Accounts

FRED user accounts now let you view and access your content in one unified space—where you can also add and preview graphs. Learn more.

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Off to College?

Get the basics on higher education—including college loans.

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Some History of Women and Labor

FRASER has new content from the U.S. Women’s Bureau about women’s employment and labor legislation: The Woman Worker (1938-1942)  and Facts on Women Workers (1947-1953).  

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Married Men Make More

Economic Synopses digs deeper into the wage gap.

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The Costs of a (Great) Recession

From Economic Synopses: During the Great Recession, most government support was aimed at stabilizing the financial sector.

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Debt in the St. Louis Fed’s District

Economic Synopses tracks the ups and down of debt in St. Louis, Louisville, Memphis, and Little Rock.

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Why Are U.S. Bond Yields So High?

Find out here.

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Recession Signals

From Economic Synopses: May’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.8%, the lowest in 18 years. Does this tell us something about the next recession?

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