The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System was created in 1913 to provide a stable monetary and financial system. They have a large collection of statistics and many closely follow the FOMC minutes of their meetings and reference the Beige Book. Data includes updated information regarding:
- Aggregate Reserves as measured in months and the factors that affect reserves.
- Daily Selected Interest Rates including commercial paper, bank loans, and treasuries are available as are
- Assets and Liabilities of commercial banks;
- Consumer Credit including types of credit, terms of business lending, and
- Money stock measures.
Other government sites have aggregate statistics such as FFIEC which provides uniform principles, standards, and report forms to the FED, FDIC, NCUA, and other government agencies related to financial institutions.