From Depression-era reports on unemployment relief to the Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act of 1978, FRASER provides access to key documents, hearings, data publications, and speeches on employment and the workforce in America.
A new year offers a chance to reflect on the past year's business. Delve into FRASER's collection of hundreds of annual reports of the Federal Reserve System and follow the history of Bank business back to 1914.
A summary of Federal Reserve actions taken in the last week, including bank merger approvals, new bank branch requests, and regulations and policies.
Includes balance sheets for each Federal Reserve Bank and a consolidated balance sheet for all 12 Reserve Banks, for the week ending January 26, 2022.
Documents include the Statement (Including Implementation Note), Longer-Run Goals and Policy Strategy, and Press Conference Transcript.
From price and wage data through two World Wars and the Great Depression, to a powerful new way to search and use FRASER collections, learn about everything new and notable added to FRASER in 2021.
Explore the history of the 1951 coin shortage with this analysis of the causes and effects of the disruption, and the response of the Federal Reserve.
Learn more about the Waybackfill Service and how it provides a full, seamless experience of browsing current and archived web content created by the Federal Reserve.
A publication of maps and charts showing United States demographic, economic, and political data based on the 1870 census.
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