FRED dashboards now let you change the dimensions of widgets, which provides you the perfect opportunity, let’s say, to present some of the 38 new series in FRED from the Bank for International Settlements.
FRASER now has the Bank and Quotation Record, a companion to the Commercial and Financial Chronicle, with securities prices and related information, 1928-1963.
From Economic Synopses: Countries can spend more on R&D or borrow innovations from other countries
From Economic Synopses: How do the fed funds rate and long-term Treasury rate affect each other?
FRED has added 38 new quarterly series from the Bank for International Settlements’ Credit to Non-Financial Sector and Property Price releases: 16 series show residential property prices in emerging markets, advanced economies, Serbia, and the United Arab Emirates, including both real and nominal data. The other 22 series feature data on credit in Argentina, including total credit to various entities and credit to the private non-financial sector by banks.
From Economic Synopses: Pollution rises along with GDP, but at a much slower pace these days.
From Economic Synopses: Who’d benefit from a minimum wage hike in the city of St. Louis?
FRASER has it! The history of the Dallas Fed includes these circulars (1914-1990) and District notices (1991-2006) that cover topics such as liberty bonds, member bank reports, discount rates, and interpretations of regulations.
From Economic Synopses: In memoriam, Allan H. Meltzer, economic historian of the Federal Reserve, February 6, 1928 – May 8, 2017.