RSS Feeds

What is RSS?

RSS — Really Simple Syndication — is an XML-based format for distributing web content.

What are the advantages of RSS?

RSS is an easy way to keep track of the latest information at research.stlouisfed.org. By using RSS you can automatically be notified as soon as topics of interest are updated.

What do I need to use RSS?

You need a special news reader or aggregator that displays RSS content feeds from web sites you select. News readers are available as desktop software and as extensions to existing software such as browsers. Several online services that offer customizable content also provide access to RSS feeds. Performing a search for "RSS feed readers" in an online search engine such as Google will give numerous results, several of which are free.

How do I receive RSS feeds from research.stlouisfed.org?

Click on the orange button next to the topic of interest and follow the instructions for your particular news reader.

Are Research RSS feeds free to use?

Yes, subject to our legal notices.

Where can I learn more about RSS?

Further information about RSS is available from Wikipedia.

Contact the Webmaster if you have questions about RSS feeds on this web site.


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