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Less acres, high usage boost grain prices

Agricultural Letter , Issue Jul , Pages 1-2

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New! Improved! The MMI gets a different look

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Aug

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Fuel and food: the good, the bad, and the long-run

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jul

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Ethical Use of Data with FRED

What are the ethical considerations for researchers who use data? This data primer describes standards for gathering, analyzing, storing, and distributing data for new data users and serves as a reference for advanced data users.
Page One Economics Newsletter

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The Stay-at-Home Labor Market: Google Searches, Unemployment Insurance, and Public Health Orders

This article looks at the relationships between internet searches for unemployment-related terms, unemployment insurance (UI), and the public health orders issued in the U.S. during the Covid-19 pandemic. We find that Google searches for unemployment-related subjects surged before the record increase in initial UI claims, which in turn peaked before the public health orders were implemented. As of mid-April 2020, these orders covered the vast majority of the U.S. population. Since then, the rates of increase in both search activity and initial UI claims have slowed.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue 436

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Household debt

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Nov

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The Rise (and Fall) of Inflation During the Early 2020s

Inflation has been on many people’s minds. There are several measures of inflation available, and each one plays a role in providing a more complete understanding of inflation’s causes and effects. This Page One Economics® Econ Primer describes key measures of inflation, including the consumer price index, and how the Federal Open Market Committee pays particular attention to these measures as it makes policy decisions—adjusting its policy stance when necessary to move the economy toward maximum employment and price stability.
Page One Economics Newsletter

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Tractor and combine sales still rising

Agricultural Letter , Issue Oct , Pages 3

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Disintermediation marches on

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jan

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Two good neighbors lower their fences

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Sep

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