This dataset, published monthly, provides measures of the monetary aggregates (M1 and M2) and their components of the United States. M1 and M2 are progressively more inclusive measures of money: M1 is included in M2. M1 consists of the most liquid forms of money, namely currency, demand deposits, and other liquid deposits. Other liquid deposits includes ATS and NOW accounts, share draft accounts, and savings deposits. The non-M1 components of M2 are small-denomination time deposits and retail money market funds. Data is seasonally adjusted and in billions.
Assets are published weekly.
The Federal Reserve Board makes the certified exchange rates available. Effective January 5, 2009, the Board publishes the daily exchange rate data in a weekly version of the H.10 release. The daily exchange rates in the FRED database will be updated once each week to capture the daily data from the previous week.
This dataset includes the initial claims in the USA. An initial claim is a claim filed by an unemployed individual after a separation from an employer. The claim requests a determination of basic eligibility for the Unemployment Insurance program.