Federal Economic Indicators
- The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics provides Consumer Price Index (CPI), the Producer Price Index (PPI), and Employment Cost Index (ECI) data.
- The U.S. Department of Commerce's Economics & Statistics Administration maintains Economicindicators.gov. This website is a guide to finding key U.S. economic indicators from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and the U.S. Census Bureau.
- Barron's Market Data Center provides access to real-time & daily data from the Wall Street Journal and weekly data from Barrons. Calendars & Economy section includes calendar of upcoming economic reports, charts of key economic indicators, WSF economic forcasting survey and U.S. economic events.
- The Bureau of Labor Statistic's Consumer Expenditure Survey collects data on U.S. consumer expenditures, income, and selected characteristics.
- The U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis publishes the "Overview of the U.S. Economy: Perspectives from the BEA Accounts" three times per calendar year.
- The U.S. Census Business & Industry provides economic statistics by geography, sector and/or frequency.
State Economic Indicators
- The Ohio Labor Market Information website provides state level labor market statistics such as employment levels, unemployment rates, wages and earnings, employment projections, jobs, and training resources.
- The U.S. Federal Reserve publishes the Beige Book eight times per year. The Beige book is a summary of economic conditions as reported in interviews by business contacts, economists, market experts and others.
- The U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis publishes Gross Domestic Product estimates by statefor 2005-2008 by NAICS industry.
Local Economic Indicators
- Community Research Partners and the Columbus Chamber of Commerce published Small Business Survey (PDF) in October 2010. The publication reports a survey of small businesses questioned about their perception of the Central Ohio small business climate