In addition to surveying business owners, the Regional Economics division tracks economic trends throughout the Fifth District and nationwide. Their findings are published throughout the year in the reports listed below.
This monthly update on the Fifth District economy includes timely analysis of labor market, household, business, and real estate conditions at both the state and metro area level.
Updated monthly, these charts provide state-level information on industries, labor markets, income, and housing in the Fifth District.
Reports and podcasts provide analysis of regional labor markets in the Fifth District.
(Discontinued as of Feb. 1, 2013; last updated Jan. 30, 2013.)
This series of quarterly reports provides state-level analyses of housing markets and the composition and performance of mortgage markets in the Fifth District.
This annual compilation of economic data and analysis provides a general overview of the Fifth District's recent economic performance. It includes analysis on indicators related to output, demography, labor markets, household conditions, and real estate activity.
The Richmond Fed contributes anecdotal information to the Beige Book, which provides an overview of current economic conditions within each Federal Reserve District.
This report focuses on the results of a survey of the members of the Virginia Association of Realtors conducted in April 2012. Members were asked about the state of the residential housing market and how those conditions changed during the first quarter of 2012.
This report focuses on the results of a survey of the members of the Maryland Association of Realtors conducted in July 2012. Members were asked about the state of the residential housing market and how those conditions changed during the first half of 2012.
Ann Battle Macheras