More critical US Fed FRED download codes for trading analytic use

(Last Updated On: December 11, 2014)

More critical US Fed FRED download codes for trading analytic use

ALL FRED CATEGORIES:

http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/categories

Title:               ISM Manufacturing: PMI Composite Index©
Series ID:           NAPM

Title:               Industrial Production Index
Series ID:           INDPRO

Title:               Ratio of Manufacturers’ Total Inventories to Shipments for Durable Goods Industries
Series ID:           UMDMIS

Title:               ISM Manufacturing: PMI Composite Index©
Series ID:           NAPM
NOTE: Seasonal Adjustment: Seasonally Adjusted

 

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Title:    All Employees: Professional & Business Services
Series ID:    USPBS

Title:    Industrial Production: Nondurable Consumer Goods
Series ID:    IPNCONGD

Title:    Industrial Production: Nondurable Manufacturing (NAICS)
Series ID:    IPNMAN

Title:    Housing Starts: Total: New Privately Owned Housing Units Started
Series ID:    HOUST

Title:               University of Michigan: Consumer Sentiment©
Series ID:           UMCSENT

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