Bureau of Labor Statistics provides recent and historical
data on labor productivity, labor force, unemployment, earnings,
CPI, and PPI.
Federal Reserve Chairman of the Board of Governors provides
monetary policy testimony and reports to Congress.
The U.S. Census Bureau provides information on businesses
that includes: agriculture, government, international trade,
manufacturing, mining, services, and wholesale goods. Economic
related information on people that includes: income, poverty,
labor force, and households. Additional data on GDP, wages,
prices, and jobs is provided.
Provides a set of 256 data series commonly known as the
U.S. Business Cycle Indicators. These indicators are used
for tracking and predicting business activity in the United
The economy tract provides explanations and data on construction,
consumer confidence, employee costs, factory orders, Federal
Reserve, GDP, housing, income, leading economic index, prices,
productivity, retail sales, related leads (FED) trade, and
The Economic Statistics Briefing Room (ESBR) provides easy
access to current federal economic indicators. All the estimates
for the indicators presented in the Federal Statistics Briefing
Rooms are the most currently available values.
Provides statistical data for disposable income, per capita
income, farm sector income, poverty, and household wealth.
The San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank provides an overview
of the major economic schools of thought.
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) provides historical
data on U.S. business cycle expansions and contractions.
National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources
provides data on research and development.