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ECON 110: Introduction to Macroeconomics

A Guide to Major Sources of Economic Statistics and Data

Federal Reserve Banks

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Reserve Banks
Financial data such as interest and exchange rates, money stocks and components, debt measures, bank assets and liabilities, official reserves, household assets and liabilities, and corporate debt.

NBER - National Bureau of Economic Research

NBER - National Bureau of Economic Research
NBER is a privite nonprofit research organization focusing on economic research. Their goal is to support and disseminate research to decision makers of all kinds, whether public, private or academic. This page on the NBER site lists selected sources for data on the web. These data come from individual researchers as well as government agencies.

ProQuest Congressional

EconData.net

EconData.net
Regional economic data on the web. This site is supported by the Economic Development Administration, the Bureau of the Census, and the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Meta-Sites for Economic Data

Search across multiple web sites at once using these meta-sites.