Regular readers of the site know we're big fans of the site FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data), a popular place for analysts, researchers, academics, and journalists to draw and chart economic data.
On FRED they keep a running list of the top 10 datapoints that people call up the most frequently on the site.
Given the popularity of this site all over the world, it's safe to say that these are the 10 most popular economic datapoints in the world.
We've drawn up the latest version of each chart to give you an idea where each one stands.
CPI is the most popular inflation gauge. On a year-over-year basis, the pace of inflation is dropping quickly.
Real GDP is GDP excluding the impact of inflation. We're still far below historical trends.
The 10-year yield is the rate at which the US borrows money for 10-years. We're incredibly close to historical lows.
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