Accessible Keys for Video

[Space Bar] toggles play/pause;

[Right/Left Arrows] seeks the video forwards and back (5 sec );

[Up/Down Arrows] increase/decrease volume;

[M] toggles mute on/off;

[F] toggles fullscreen on/off (Except IE 11);

The [Tab] key may be used in combination with the [Enter/Return] key to navigate and activate control buttons, such as caption on/off.

The Federal Reserve has embarked on a project to provide new and more technologically advanced ways of sharing data with the public. These visualization tools allow users to interact with some of the data on our website in a new way. For example, users can chart how key financial statistics have evolved over time, and can drill down into the data to see how the components add up to the big picture. The data can also be easily downloaded for further research. We plan to add additional data visualizations to this page in the future, so please check back.


Financial Accounts of the US: Household Net Worth
Financial Accounts of the US: Household Net Worth
Enhanced Financial Accounts: Household Debt
Enhanced Financial Accounts: Household Debt
Enhanced Financial Accounts: State and Local Pensions
Enhanced Financial Accounts: State and Local Pensions
Distributional Financial Accounts
bar chart example of data viz
Nonfinancial Debt
Area chart showing four stacked data series.
Survey of Consumer Finances
Survey of Consumer Finances line chart
SHED: At Least Doing Okay Financially
SHED: At Least Doing Okay Financially line chart
SHED: Doing Worse Off Financially
SHED: Doing Worse Off Financially line chart
SHED: Unexpected Expenses
SHED: Unexpected Expenses line chart

For more interactive charts, visit:
FRED FRASER NYFed Data Visualizations Atlanta Fed Data

Last Update: May 17, 2021
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