FRB of Boston This Federal Reserve Bank offers information about itself, material
for education and public service (including frequently asked
questions of their research library), and information on financial
services for consumers (including Treasury Direct). For regional
data, for this, the 1st Federal Reserve District, they offer
extensive links to information on their region's states, as well as
a link to the "New England Electronic Economic Data Center"
(NEEEDc), which is run by Jim Breece of the University of Maine.
The data is published in the "New England Economic Indicators" and
the "New England Banking Trends." It has some 90 variables from 1969
for all states and some metropolitan areas and GSP data for the New
England area from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Finally, you can
read their publications "New England Economic Review," "New England
Economic Indicators," "Regional Review," "Fiscal Facts," "New
England Banking Trends," "Bank Notes," "FedFlash," and "Fedtalk."
Conference proceedings, research reports, press releases, and working
papers from the bank's staff are on-line as well.