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Insight on econ themes & data: Recent posts provide the “full banana” of the labor market and subprime borrowing.

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FRED explains the Great Moderation

Consult the FRED Blog for insight on econ themes & data.

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Insight on econ themes & data: Recent posts explore consumer durables and the sectors of the economy.

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Check the FRED Blog

Insight on econ themes & data. Recent posts cover hyperinflation and federal debt.

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Check the FRED Blog

Insight on econ themes & data. Recently, part-time workers, the rise of renters, and Halloween candy.

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Have Labor Costs Slowed the Recovery?

From Economic Synopses: Recent labor costs have actually grown more slowly than during the previous recovery.

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China’s Reserves

Economic Synopses looks at China’s supply of foreign reserves and potential effects on the U.S. economy.

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FRED Has Added 384 Texas Service Series

New to FRED: 384 monthly series from the Texas Service Sector Outlook Survey (TSSOS) & Texas Retail Outlook Survey (TROS) from the Dallas Fed.

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FRED Adds 2 Interest Rate Series

FRED has added 2 daily series from the Board of Governors: interest on required reserves (IORR) and interest on excess reserves (IOER). As stated by the source, the IOER series gives the Federal Reserve an additional tool for the conduct … Continue reading

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FRED Adds 10 Business Conditions Series

FRED has just added 10 diffusion indexes from the Survey of Business Conditions from the Chicago Fed. These indexes are constructed from quantitative questions related to capital spending, hiring, business activity, and expectations in the Chicago Fed’s District. These results contribute … Continue reading

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