April is Financial Literacy Month! FRASER's Financial literacy subject provides insight into personal finance topics such as income taxes, renting basics, and credit bureaus.
See FRASER's Timeline to learn more about the post-World War II events that led to an agreement between the U.S. Treasury and the Federal Reserve System and set the foundation for the modern Fed.
Overview of how TARP funds have been used, amount recovered, latest cost estimates for TARP, operating expenses, and more.
These reports include information on all dividend and interest payments received on Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) investments in the previous month.
This weekly release contains daily rates of exchange of major currencies against the U.S. dollar.
Tips, tricks, and tools: Our updated guide to using FRASER includes everything you need to know to find everything you’re looking for.
FRASER recognizes five women who were first in their leadership roles: Nellie Tayloe Ross, Elizabeth Duncan Koontz, Carmen Rosa Maymi, Juanita M. Kreps, and Nancy Teeters.
From a new look to new collections, discover all the new and notable enhancements and additions to FRASER in 2020.
A weekly publication of charts and tables of data on monetary and reserve aggregates, selected interest rates, commercial bank loans, and more. Includes a calendar of data releases.
A publication of maps and charts showing United States demographic, economic, and political data based on the 1870 census.
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