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Louisville Economic Data
The Louisville Economic Data page includes current anecdotes from business leaders around the Louisville Zone, a short report on important economic indicators and links to zone-specific data in FRED® (Federal Reserve Economic Data, the St. Louis Fed's signature database).
Beige Book - Eighth District Summary
The Beige Book is a summary of anecdotal reports on current economic conditions in each Fed district. Produced eight times each year.
Housing Market Conditions Report
The Housing Market Conditions Report is a quarterly overview of housing market conditions in each of the seven states that
comprise the Federal Reserve's Eighth District.
The Quarterly Debt Monitor
The The Quarterly Debt Monitor is a detailed report on various types of consumer debt. National data are provided, along with data for the four largest metro areas in the St. Louis Fed's District: St. Louis; Little Rock, Ark.; Louisville, Ky.; and Memphis, Tenn.
The Regional Economist The Regional Economist is a quarterly publication that addresses national and regional economic issues and their impact on the Eighth District.
Economy at a Glance Economy at a Glance covers agriculture, commercial banking, housing permits, income and jobs data. Much of the data are specific to the Eighth District. Several national-level data series are also included. The report is part of the St. Louis Fed's quarterly publication, The Regional Economist.
Agricultural Finance Monitor
The Agricultural Finance Monitor is a quarterly survey of agricultural credit conditions in the Eighth Federal Reserve District
Louisville Burgundy Books (discontinued in 2016)
The St. Louis Fed's Burgundy Books complemented the Federal Reserve's Beige Book and offered a detailed summary of data and anecdotal information focused on economic conditions in each of the four zones of the Eighth Federal Reserve District: St. Louis, Little Rock, Louisville, and Memphis.
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