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- What is FRED?
What is FRED? Short for Federal Reserve Economic Data, FRED is an online database consisting of more than economic data time series from national, international, public, and private sources. FRED, created and maintained by Research Department at the Federal Reserve … Continue reading
Sometimes you want to enter the same formula across several rows in an Excel spreadsheet. One way to accomplish this is to enter the formula in the first cell and then “drag” the formula across the cells using the fill … Continue reading
A user account lets you store lists of economic data series. Data lists can be used to download series cross-tabulated by date or save links to series pages. Below is a step-by-step tutorial. Sign in or Register a new account … Continue reading
Why is this for me? because you want to … include FRED data on your website or blog show your love for FRED because it has … latest values for 6 of our most popular data series small inline charts … Continue reading
If you’ve noticed that FRED searches don’t look quite the way that they used to, you’re very perceptive. If you haven’t, you should probably visit FRED more often. While we always consider more data a good thing, FRED has been … Continue reading
A FRED user recently wrote in asking if we knew of any way to estimate the effect of the unemployment rate on real gross domestic product (RGDP). As it turns out, there’s a pretty famous relationship between the two known … Continue reading
At FRED, we’re often asked to provide tutorials about how to use our tools, but sometimes we’re a little short of ideas. Fate, it turns out, works in mysterious ways. Just when we were having trouble thinking something up, an … Continue reading
A FRED user wrote in recently asking if we know of a chart that depicts the stock market as a percentage of GDP or GNP. While we couldn’t think of one off the top of our heads (although Google could … Continue reading
A Penn State econ. professor recently contacted the Data Desk to ask how to build a graph used in the second edition of the Krugman / Wells textbook Economics. Well, we’re not sure exactly how they constructed this graph, but we’re relatively sure … Continue reading