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How can I find data on FRED?

Browse by Source

On FRED’s home page, click “Source.”   The “Source” option lists all data sources in alphabetical order. FRED data come from many different organizations, so browsing the sources is a good way to discover what data are available. The numbers … Continue reading

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Browse by Release

On FRED’s home page, click “Release.”   Data releases are collections of data made available (released) on a regular schedule under a given name, for example “Employment Situation” or “Consumer Credit.” Each release contains a collection of individual data series. … Continue reading

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Use the Search Bar

Searching FRED by keyword is often the fastest way to find the data you need. From the home page, enter keywords in either search box to find the most relevant data series. The box in the upper right will offer … Continue reading

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Browse categories

To browse by category, on FRED’s home page, click “Category.” You will be able to see at a glance how many series are available in each subject area.   Click any category to see all the data series in that … Continue reading

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