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Archival FRED

Economic Data Time Travel from the St. Louis Fed's Economic Research Division.

ALFRED® allows you to retrieve vintage versions of economic data that were available on specific dates in history. In general, economic data for past observation periods are revised as more accurate estimates become available. As a result, previous vintages of data can be superseded and may no longer be available from various data sources. Vintage or real time economic data allows academics to reproduce others' research, build more accurate forecasting models, and analyze economic policy decisions using the data available at the time. For more information, read the help page and the presentation ALFRED: Capturing data as it happens.

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Currently, vintage data are available for more than 730,000 series in 9 categories:


The earliest vintage available is 1927-01-26 for series Industrial Production Index.

Release Calendar

Monday April 15, 2024 Updated
1:00 am Euro Short Term Rate
7:00 am SOFR Averages and Index Data
Secured Overnight Financing Rate Data
7:30 am Advance Monthly Sales for Retail and Food Services
Empire State Manufacturing Survey
Selected Real Retail Sales Series
8:00 am Federal Funds Data
Overnight Bank Funding Rate Data
9:00 am Monthly Retail Trade and Food Services
Manufacturing and Trade Inventories and Sales
10:15 am Moody's Daily Corporate Bond Yield Averages
10:30 am GDPNow
12:00 pm Commercial Paper
3:15 pm H.15 Selected Interest Rates
H.10 Foreign Exchange Rates
G.5 Foreign Exchange Rates
3:30 pm Interest Rate on Reserve Balances
4:00 pm Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Update
7:00 pm Coinbase Cryptocurrencies
N/A Economic Policy Uncertainty
International Financial Statistics
ICE BofA Indices
Interest Rate Spreads
Recession Indicators Series
National Rates and Rate Caps - Monthly Update
More Releases ...

Note that release dates are published by data sources and do not necessarily represent when data will be available on this website.


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