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Author: David Zierath
Published: 2010-09-21

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Title Series ID Vintage
Units Freq Seas
5/1-Year Adjustable Rate Mortgage Average in the United States© MORTGAGE5US Current % W NSA 2017-04-20
Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: All Items CPIAUCNS Current Index 1982-84=100 M NSA 2017-04-14
Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: All Items Less Food and Energy CPILFENS Current Index 1982-1984=100 M NSA 2017-04-14
Gross Domestic Product GDPA Current Bil. of $ A NSA 2017-03-30
Gross Federal Debt FYGFD Current Bil. of $ A NSA 2016-03-14
Homeownership Rate for the United States USHOWN Current % A NSA 2016-03-17
Home Vacancy Rate for the United States USHVAC Current % A NSA 2016-03-17
Personal Saving Rate PSAVERT Current % M SAAR 2017-03-31
Real Gross Domestic Product GDPCA Current Bil. of Chn. 2009 $ A NSA 2017-03-30
S&P 500© SP500 Current Index D NSA 2017-04-21
Spot Oil Price: West Texas Intermediate (DISCONTINUED)© OILPRICE Current $ per Barrel M NSA 2013-08-14
University of Michigan: Consumer Sentiment© UMCSENT Current Index 1966:Q1=100 M NSA 2017-04-13
University of Michigan: Inflation Expectation© MICH Current % M NSA 2017-04-13
U.S. Total Gross Domestic Product by State USNGSP Current Mil. of $ A NSA 2016-12-07

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Frequency (Freq)

A = Annual, SA = Semiannual, Q = Quarterly, M = Monthly, BW = Biweekly, W = Weekly, D = Daily, NA = Not Applicable

Seasonal Adjustment (Seas Adj)

SA = Seasonally Adjusted, NSA = Not Seasonally Adjusted, SAAR = Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate, SSA = Smoothed Seasonally Adjusted, NA = Not Applicable

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