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Follow the Fed

To make it easier to get the information you want from the St. Louis Fed, we are now on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Flickr or in your inbox.

Twitter

Twitter

On Twitter, we post messages and links about important research, data, speeches, conferences, articles in our publications and media coverage of all of the above. In addition, many of our job openings are advertised on Twitter.

Google Plus

Google Plus

Add us to one of your circles to get news, data, videos and research reports on topics such as economics, banking, personal finance and more right on your Google Plus page.

Facebook

Facebook

You can "like" us on Facebook to have updates about our publications, events and news appear in your news feed.

YouTube

YouTube

On our YouTube channel, you'll find Bank-produced videos that cover timely topics.

FRED iPad/iPhone App

Access thousands of FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data) series on your iPad or iPhone.

Mobile FRED

Access tens of thousands of FRED series (Federal Reserve Economic Data) through your cell phone or other mobile device.

FOMC Speak

FOMC Speak

A repository of speeches, testimony, interviews and commentary by FOMC participants.

Mobile FOMC Speak

Mobile FOMC Speak

Access the latest speeches, testimony, interviews and commentary by FOMC participants on your mobile device.

Scribd

Scribd

See selected materials on Sribd exactly as we published them.

Flickr

Flickr

Check out our Flickr site for photos of our building in downtown St. Louis and from our events held all over the 8th District.

LinkedIn

LinkedIn

If you're already "linked in," you will be able to connect with many employees of the St. Louis Fed who've also posted their work history and work interests on LinkedIn.

RSS Feeds

RSS Feeds

Sign up for RSS feeds and be the first to know when we update stlouisfed.org, when new publications are published online or when new economic data are released.

Email Alerts

Email Alerts

You can also sign up for email alerts to have updates delivered directly to your inbox.

Econ Lowdown

Personal finance and economic education at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Econ Lowdown on Twitter

Econ Lowdown on Twitter

Follow us at @econlowdown on Twitter for links to a wealth of FREE resources for students, teachers and consumers.

Econ Lowdown on Facebook

Econ Lowdown on Facebook

"Like" us on Facebook to get ideas for lessons and links to a variety of economic education resources.