Key Economic Indicators
Easily accessible data on unemployment rates, hourly earnings, CPI and PPI. Data is for national, 4 regions, states and major MSA's
Monthly publication with several indicators Published by the Joint Economic Committee of Congress by the Council of Economic Advisors.
The Consumer Price Indexes (CPI) program produces monthly data on changes in the prices paid by urban consumers for a representative basket of goods and services
GDP is the output of goods and services produced by labor and property located in the United States, quarterly published by BEA
Weekly data released by the Federal Reserve on U.S. Treasury, private money market and capital market instruments.
Monthly employment rates and also tract changes in employment, average hourly earnings and CPI. Data can be narrowed to state and local. Good source for quick information.
Contains economic time series data which can be downloaded in Excel and text formats Over 20,000 time series are organized into categories such as banking, business/fiscal, exchange rates, foreign exchange intervention, GDP and interest rates. ALFRED- Archival Federal Reserve Data gives access to older data
Find older issues of the Survey of Current Business, Business Conditions Digest, Business Cycle Developments and more. Most sources back to first issue and available in pdf
ALFRED® allows you to retrieve vintage versions of economic data that were available on specific dates in history.
The Beige Book is a summary of information on current economic conditions from each reserve bank. Information includes anecdotal evidence from each district's business contacts and is collected eight times a year. The Beige Book is archived and accessible back to 1996 (earlier at Fed Res Minn). Covers consumer spending, services, manufacturing, real estate, construction, financial services, agriculture, employments, wages and prices.
The National Information Center (NIC) is a central repository of data about banks and other institutions for which the Federal Reserve has a supervisory, regulatory, or research interest, including both domestic and foreign banking organizations operating in the United States. This web site provides access to NIC data, allowing the public to search for detailed information about banking organizations.
U.S. Government's official five-year measure of American business and the economy. Economic Census provides detailed statistics that are important for industries and communities. Trade associations, chambers of commerce, and businesses rely on this information for economic development, business decisions, and strategic planning.