Key Data from the New York Fed
A monthly survey of service firms in New York State, northern New Jersey and southwestern Connecticut, conducted by the New York Fed.
A monthly survey of manufacturers in New York State, conducted by the New York Fed.
Summary of responses to topical questions from the Empire State Manufacturing Survey and the Business Leaders Survey.
Monthly releases of early benchmarked employment figures for New York State, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, as well as the metropolitan areas in New York and Northern New Jersey.
New York Fed economists present Treasury term premia estimates for maturities from one to ten years from 1961 to the present. Downloadable data are updated daily.
The Center for Microeconomic Data offers wide-ranging data and analysis on the finances and economic expectations of U.S. households.
Analysis of trends in U.S. consumers' borrowing and indebtedness, based on the New York Fed Consumer Credit Panel, a unique longitudinal data set. Reports are available from 2010 through the present.
A monthly survey of consumer expectations regarding inflation, future earnings, household income, house prices, access to credit, layoff risk, and U.S. economic conditions overall.
Quarterly report tracking the consolidated financial condition of the U.S. commercial banking industry, including aggregate trends in profitability, assets, capital, and other key variables.
Dynamic Data and Maps from the New York Fed
New monthly release provides timely updates on national labor market conditions. Dynamic charts depict trends in eight key categories: unemployment, employment, hours, labor demand, job availability, job loss rate, wages, and mismatch.
This interactive web feature presents a wide range of job market metrics for recent college graduates, including trends in unemployment rates, underemployment rates, and wages. Data are updated regularly and available for download.
Interactive maps and charts shed light on the unprecedented growth, market share, student loans, tuition pricing, federal grants, and more for for-profit higher education institutions.
A series of interactive maps tracks school funding and expenditures in New York and New Jersey, revealing a wide variability in finances across districts and over time.
Interactive graphics tracking student loan borrowing and delinquency rates by age group and over time.
Maps showing percentage changes in home prices from a year earlier for nearly 1,200 counties using CoreLogic data. With video sequence of these changes since 2003.
Charts, depicting the interplay between the unemployment rate, the labor force participation rate, and the employment-to-population ratio over five recent recessions. Data are available by gender and age group.
Tools and Indicators from the New York Fed
A calendar showing the date and time of key economic data releases. Links to data sources are provided when available.
This metric, updated on Tuesdays and Thursdays, provides a signal of the state of the U.S. economy based on data reported at a daily or weekly frequency. It represents the common component of ten different series covering consumer behavior, the labor market, and production.
The New York Fed Staff UIG measures capture sustained movements in inflation from information contained in a broad set of price, real activity, and financial data. We share estimates and downloadable data on a monthly basis.
Weekly report tracks the evolution of the FRBNY Staff Nowcast of GDP growth and the impact of new macroeconomic data releases on the forecast.
Our oil price decomposition, reported weekly, examines what’s behind recent fluctuations in oil prices: demand factors, supply factors, or some combination of the two?
U.S. Economy in a Snapshot is a monthly presentation designed to give you a quick and accessible look at developments in the economy.
Current economic data covering the Second District and local areas in New York State, New Jersey, Connecticut, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Charts prepared at the New York Fed tracking economic and financial conditions in the global economy on a daily basis.
Evidence relating to the use of the yield curve as a predictor of U.S. recessions. Charts modeling recession probabilities and source data are available for download.
The Blackbook, which represents our main pre-FOMC briefing document to the Bank president, includes the Research staff’s policy recommendation for the coming FOMC meeting.
A New York Fed data set documenting historical linkages between regulatory entity codes and Center for Research in Security Prices (CRSP) PERMCOs for publicly traded banks and bank holding companies. Useful for researchers needing to match market data and regulatory data.