School will be in session soon! Delve into FRASER's collection of classroom lessons and learn more about topics such as Abraham Lincoln and the $5 Note, Hamilton's National Bank, and The Free Silver Movement and Inflation.
Explore the diaries, scrapbooks, speeches, and correspondence of Charles S. Hamlin, the first chair of the Federal Reserve Board, a position he held from August 10, 1914 until August 9, 1916.
Report on operations of the Board throughout 2021. Includes monetary policy and economic developments, links to FOMC meeting materials, and more.
"Recession Predictors: An Evaluation," "How Persistent Is Inflation?" and "Do Student Loans Drive Up College Tuition?"
Special reports cover topics pertinent to the Fourth District, including financial education, predatory lending, microenterprise, and immigration trends.
Learn more about the women who have served as Reserve Bank presidents and members of the Board of Governors.
From conciliation to fair wages, and inflation to employee benefits, uncover the history of the federal government's oldest continuing publication.
From Martha Washington to Maya Angelou, explore the past, present, and future of the representation of women on American currency.
The Consumer Price Indexes (CPI) program produces monthly data on changes in the prices paid by urban consumers for a representative basket of goods and services.
A monthly publication of charts and tables relating to monthly monetary data and selected interest rate data with brief analysis of current conditions. Occasionally contains selected Federal budget measures.
A weekly newspaper representing the industrial and commercial interests of the United States.
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