• Center for Quantitative Economic Research's GDPNow
    See the evolution of the nowcast of GDP growth this quarter.
  • distressed couple seated at table reviewing bills
    Atlanta Fed research explores why people hold liquid assets as well as credit card debt.
  • Dollar sign with small people under it
    The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker was 6.7 percent in July, the same as in June. For people who changed jobs, the Tracker in July was 8.5 percent, compared to 7.9 percent in June. For those not changing jobs, the Tracker was 5.9 percent, down from the 6.1 percent reading in June.
  • We've updated our Underlying Inflation Dashboard with data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
  • Center for Quantitative Economic Research's Taylor Rule Utility
    Create a chart or heatmap of fed funds rate policy prescriptions.
  • The Inflation Project's My CPI
    View the Atlanta Fed's myCPI and sticky-price CPI tools to see changes in the consumer price index (CPI).
  • This Partners Update examines disproportionate financial barriers for small businesses recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • This Partners Update article summarizes a recent paper that explores partnerships with CDFIs in the workforce development system.
  • Read Partners Update for a discussion of two webinars in the Atlanta Fed Inclusive and Resilient Recovery series that focused on the financial health of households in the Southeast.
  • This discussion paper describes case studies where community development finance institutions have partnered with organizations providing workforce training.
  • This Partners Update article discusses proposed updates on the CRA and asks the public to provide feedback through the public comment process.
  • The Southern Cities Economic Inclusion Initiative will explore ways to make cities more vital and prosperous for all residents, regardless of race, ethnicity, and geography. Read Partners Update.

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