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Federal Reserve Board Publications


For ordering assistance, write PUBLICATIONS, MS-127, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, DC 20551, or telephone (202) 452-3244, or FAX (202) 728-5886. You may also use the publications order form available on the Board's World Wide Web site (http://www.federalreserve.gov). When a charge is indicated, payment should accompany request and be made payable to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System or may be ordered via Mastercard, Visa, or American Express. Payment from foreign residents should be drawn on a U.S. bank.

BOOKS AND MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS

THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM--PURPOSES AND FUNCTIONS.
  1994. 157 pp.
ANNUAL REPORT, 2001.
ANNUAL REPORT: BUDGET REVIEW, 2001.
FEDERAL RESERVE BULLETIN. Monthly. $25.00 per year or $2.50
  each in the United States, its possessions, Canada, and
  Mexico. Elsewhere, $35.00 per year or $3.00 each.
ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST: period covered, release date, number
  of pages, and price.

1981        October 1982    239 pp.   $ 6.50
1982        December 1983   266 pp.   $ 7.50
1983        October 1984    264 pp.   $11.50
1984        October 1985    254 pp.   $12.50
1985        October 1986    231 pp.   $15.00
1986        November 1987   288 pp.   $15.00
1987        October 1988    272 pp.   $15.00
1988        November 1989   256 pp.   $25.00
1980-89     March 1991      712 pp.   $25.00
1990        November 1991   185 pp.   $25.00
1991        November 1992   215 pp.   $25.00
1992        December 1993   215 pp.   $25.00
1993        December 1994   281 pp.   $25.00
1994        December 1995   190 pp.   $25.00
1990-95     November 1996   404 pp.   $25.00
1996-2000   March 2002      352 pp.   $25.00

SELECTED INTEREST AND EXCHANGE RATES--WEEKLY SERIES OF
  CHARTS. Weekly. $30.00 per year or $.70 each in the United
  States, its possessions, Canada, and Mexico. Elsewhere,
  $35.00 per year or $.80 each.
REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL
  RESERVE SYSTEM.
ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE TABLES (Truth in Lending--Regulation
  Z) Vol. I (Regular Transactions). 1969. 100 pp.
  Vol. II (Irregular Transactions). 1969. 116 pp. Each volume
  $5.00.
GUIDE TO THE FLOW OF FUNDS ACCOUNTS. January 2000.
  1,186 pp. $20.00 each.
FEDERAL RESERVE REGULATORY SERVICE. Loose-leaf; updated
    monthly. (Requests must be prepaid.)
  Consumer and Community Affairs Handbook. $75.00 per year.
  Monetary Policy and Reserve Requirements Handbook. $75.00
    per year.
  Securities Credit Transactions Handbook. $75.00 per year.
  The Payment System Handbook. $75.00 per year.
  Federal Reserve Regulatory Service. Four vols. (Contains all
    four Handbooks plus substantial additional material.) $200.00
    per year.
  Rates for subscribers outside the United States are as follows
    and include additional air mail costs:
  Federal Reserve Regulatory Service, $250.00 per year.
  Each Handbook, $90.00 per year.
FEDERAL RESERVE REGULATORY SERVICE FOR PERSONAL
    COMPUTERS. CD-ROM; updated monthly.
  Standalone PC. $300 per year.
  Network, maximum 1 concurrent user. $300 per year.
  Network, maximum 10 concurrent users. $750 per year.
  Network, maximum 50 concurrent users. $2,000 per year.
  Network, maximum 100 concurrent users. $3,000 per year.
  Subscribers outside the United States should add $50 to cover
    additional airmail costs.
THE FEDERAL RESERVE ACT AND OTHER STATUTORY PROVISIONS
  AFFECTING THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, as amended
  through October 1998. 723 pp. $20.00 each.
THE U.S. ECONOMY IN AN INTERDEPENDENT WORLD; A MULTI-COUNTRY
  MODEL, May 1984. 590 pp. $14.50 each.
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION--1986 EDITION. December 1986.
  440 pp. $9.00 each. … 

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