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Most of the data that Aaron Smith discussed in his article in this issue, “Which Economic Indicators Matter,” can be accessed online, for no charge. Here is a list of the primary websites to visit.

U.S. Department of Labor
www.dol.gov

A table on the home page of the Labor Department’s website lists key employment and inflation statistics. Clicking on any of these data points will call up a page with more detailed information.

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Discussion

Barry from Pennsylvania posted over 3 years ago:

Also try Ceridian-UCLA Pulse of Commerce Index
at
http://www.ceridianindex.com/?v=149g&cam=Pulse_of_Commerce_Index&k=economic%20data&gclid=CO296vS8j6ECFciA5QodNG4uPQ


Jerry from Arizona posted over 2 years ago:

I believe all of the above indicators and many more are sent by Jean Roth (bulletin@nber.org) daily to your email address for free.


H Stringer from Texas posted about 1 year ago:

I use the BEA to source most of the data, then send emails which I subscribe to.


Len from New York posted about 1 year ago:

I use AIER, American Institute of Economic Research.


Donald Brown from Virginia posted about 1 year ago:

I use Wells Fargo's Weekly and Monthly emailed economic reports.


John Robinson jr from New York posted about 1 year ago:

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