Covers general business indicators, commodity prices, labor force, employment and earnings, foreign trade, finance and more, as well as industry coverage, and business cycle indicators with charts. A special August issue, "National Income and Product Accounts: Annual Estimates" is especially noteworthy.
Historical compilation of the estimates of the national income and product accounts covered in the Survey of Current Business. These figures show the production, distribution and use of the nation's output.
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Contains current U.S. banking and monetary statistics, including federal finance, interest rates on money and capital markets, stock market indexes, new security issues, mortgage markets, flow of funds, consumer installment credit, and interest and exchange rates.
Contains approximately 72,000 time-series data sets that include components of the consumer Price Index, per-capita personal income, and unemployment statistics for small geographic areas in the United States.
Contains most recent data about the state of the economy (data sets such as the Aruoba-Diebold-Scotti Business Conditions Index) and professional economists' predictions about the direction of the economy (examples include the semiannual Livingston Survey and the quarterly Survey of Professional Forecasters). Also contains historical data such as the Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress and the Greenbook.
This links to a map of all Federal Reserve regions with links to the Federal Reserve Bank websites. All Federal Reserve Banks gather data about their respective geographic areas, including monthly surveys of manufacturers or other businesses in the region and state-level indices of economic indicators.
Data on publicly traded companies, which are required to file periodic reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Reports include revenues, cash flows, profits or losses, and executive compensation.
Provides microdata about government spending and the ways (e.g. individual contracts and grants) in which the federal government gives money to corporations, not-for-profit organizations, and state and local government agencies
Distributes data from 1994 to present about credit unions such as amounts of loans, investments, and assets held by the credit unions or credit unions' income and expenses. Data is also available on number of current members as well as potential members.