January 30, 2015 — The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's Real-Time Data Research Center has updated GDPplus for the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis's release today of quarterly data from the national income and product accounts.
January 30, 2015 — The Philadelphia Fed has updated its monthly Tri-State Tracking series that provides statewide summaries of economic conditions using monthly and quarterly data of employment, housing, and personal income. The latest update includes monthly data for employment, building permits, and mortgage delinquencies through December 2014 and quarterly data for house prices and personal income through the third quarter of 2014. Read the reports for Delaware , New Jersey , and Pennsylvania
January 30, 2015 — The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s Real-Time Data Research Center has updated the ADS business conditions index with information on real GDP for the fourth quarter of 2014 (advance release).
January 29, 2015 — The Bank has released the coincident indexes, which measure current economic activity in each of the 50 states. In December, the indexes increased in 46 states and remained stable in four. Read the report.
January 29, 2015 — The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s Real-Time Data Research Center has updated the ADS business conditions index with information on initial jobless claims for the week ending 1/24/2015.
January 22, 2015 — The South Jersey Business Survey for the fourth quarter of 2014 has been released. The survey is based on responses from members of the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey. Read the report.
November 14, 2014 — In the interest of helping the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia conduct a broad search for its next president, executive search firm Korn Ferry has established an e-mail address to receive inquiries: PhiladelphiaFedPresident@KornFerry.com. The Philadelphia Fed announced earlier that it has retained the services of executive search firm Korn Ferry to conduct the search for its new president and CEO.
President Charles I. Plosser, 66, who has served as the Bank's president since August 2006, will retire effective March 1, 2015. The Bank will conduct a broad search and consider a diverse group of candidates from inside and outside the Federal Reserve System.