The effective federal funds rate has risen nearly five percentage points in 14 months, the fastest interest rate hikes in modern history.
Foreign investors hold $7.3 trillion of the national U.S. debt. These holdings declined 6% in 2022 amid a strong U.S. dollar and rising rates.
This infographic examines 50 years of data to highlight a clear visual trend: recessions are preceded by a cyclical low in unemployment.
Since 1960, an inverted yield curve has preceded nearly every recession. This animation highlights how that inversion is becoming more extreme.
The effective federal funds rate has risen more than two percentage points in six months. How does this compare to other interest rate hikes?
From rising inflation to food insecurity, we show why energy price shocks have far-reaching effects on the global economy.
Central bank digital currencies are coming, but progress varies greatly from country to country. View the infographic to learn more.
Inflation rates are reaching multi-decade highs in some countries. How aggressive have central banks been with interest rate hikes?
The Bank of Japan continues to be the only central bank that purchases equity securities, and it now holds $434 billion of Japanese stocks.