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FRED Adds Business Formation Statistics

FRED has added 1,144 series from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Business Formation Statistics release. The Census Bureau developed this release in collaboration with economists affiliated with the Federal Reserve Board, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, University of Maryland, and University of Notre Dame. The data represent the number of business applications, actual and projected business formations originating from business applications, and the delay in business formations as indicated by the average duration between business applications and business formations for the United States, including each state.

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Paying for Chinese Innovations

Learn more about royalties and technology diffusion from China.

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When Baby Boomers Retire…

…does productivity retire as well?

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Any Interest in the Low Natural Rate of Interest?

Economic Synopses looks at monetary policy amidst exceptionally low interest rates.

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Updates to Affected Data

FRED awaits new data release schedules from statistical agencies affected by the recent partial U.S. government shutdown. FRED will update affected data series as soon as the data are published by the originating agencies.

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Modernizing Monetary Policy Rules

This two-part essay reconnects the Taylor rule and Fed policy.

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First Quarter Review

Enjoy research on “lowflation,” the global economy, the U.S.-Europe hours gap, and pork-barrel politics.

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The Future of Bitcoin

Economic Synopses looks at likely paths for crypto.

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FRED Expands GDP and NIPA Data

FRED has added 173 non-seasonally adjusted series from the national income and product accounts from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). These series are the non-seasonally adjusted counterparts to the gross domestic product, gross domestic income, and federal, state, and local government current receipts and expenditure accounts. All the data are available in these convenient release tables.

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