Enjoy the upgrades to the FRED App: Log in once and you’re fully connected to all the features in your user account. Enjoy better graph customization, tweet a graph with one click, and (with location services) receive economic data for your area. And plenty more. In the App Store now!
FRED has just added 714 quarterly series corresponding to 14 different measures of labor underutilization, each of which is subdivided by state. These data are published in the Current Population Survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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FRASER has added the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland’s working papers—preliminary research conducted by the economists of the 4th District—from 1981-1995.
These 39 annual and monthly series from the National Association of Realtors represent existing single-family home sales, mean and median sales prices, housing inventory, and monthly supply of existing single-family homes at the national and Census region levels.
FRED has just expanded its coverage of the Producer Price Index (PPI) release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This addition of 10,638 series completes the commodity PPI, the industry PPI, and the final demand PPI datasets.
Instructors at New York University’s Stern School of Business (fans of FRED) created these clear and concise video tutorials to teach their own students how to use FRED in their coursework. Each tutorial, from 3 to 9 minutes long, also explains a little bit about the economics behind the data.
This Economic Synopses essay puzzles over the effects of oil prices: large monthly or quarterly oil price changes predict very small changes in the CPI, but daily oil prices predict large changes in breakeven inflation.