The St. Louis Fed is home to FRED® (Federal Reserve Economic Data), a publicly available database of more than 20,000 U.S. economic time series. The charts in this section and the publications listed below make select FRED data series related to the credit crisis readily available. For data and information about the recession, see the St. Louis Fed's Tracking the Global Economy web site.

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Data Publications

International Economic Trends
A compilation of data on the G-7 countries and the euro area. A brief essay in each issue covers a topic relevant to international economics.

Monetary Trends
A review of U.S. monetary and financial conditions, with an emphasis on various measures of the monetary policy stance. A brief essay in each issue covers a current topic on money, financial markets, or a related issue.

National Economic Trends
A snapshot, primarily graphical, of the state of the U.S. economy. A brief essay in each issue covers a topic of current interest.

United States Financial Data
Charts and tables relating to weekly monetary and reserve aggregates, selected interest rates, commercial bank loans and more.