FRED Client

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Maven Central Details:

Group: com.coherentlogic.fred.client
Module: fred-client-{ config | core | misc | db-int }
Version: 2.0.2-RELEASE

FRED Client (EXJPUS), Economic Research Federal Reserve Bank of St LouisFREDClient Web Start Application demonstration using TWEXMMTH and rendered using the Joinery Dataframe API, Economic Research Federal Reserve Bank FRED Series Observations for GDPC9696 FRED Series Observations for the S&P 500
FRED  Real Gross Domestic Product (A191RL1Q225SBEA)Gross domestic investment, or gross saving and statistical discrepancy: Excluding imputations (W559RC1A027NBEA)U.S. Treasury Securities Held By The Federal Reserve All Maturities (TREAST)St Louis Fed GDPC1, US Real GDP Growth, US Real GDP Growth by Quarter, US Real GDP Growth by Year, US Real GDP Growth since 1900
FRED Client Production Of Total Industry In Brazil (BRAPROINDMISMEI)10-Year Treasury Constant Maturity Rate (DGS10)Effective Federal Funds Rate (EFFR)

Download the fred-client-spark-int-2.0.1-RELEASE.jar used in the example above here.

Are you looking to analyze macro economic data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis?

FRED Client getSeries Integration TestIf your application architecture is based on Java, the Spring Framework, and Maven, and you’re looking to access economic data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis then we have the solution for you.

Introducing The Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) Client

Coherent Logic has developed an application programming interface (API) for accessing the 507,000 US and international time series and other economic data from 87 data sources that are available via the FRED web services.

The FRED Client interface to the FRED web services is based on industry standard technologies including:

  • Java version 1.8
  • The Spring Framework 3.0+
  • Maven
  • Log4J & SLF4J
  • Infinispan
  • JPA
  • JUnit

This middleware has been designed with minimal dependencies, it is well documented and rigorously tested (including both unit and integration tests), example code is included to help get results quickly, and the software has been released under the LGPL open source license.

The domain model is Java Beans compliant and the framework, as a whole, can be used in either Java Swing or Java Enterprise applications.

Meet FRED, the Fed’s rock stars of data
Meet FRED, every wonk’s secret weapon
How to Read Economic Charts … FRED
Economic Data Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
List of FRED Data Series
St Louis Fed Dashboard

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