|The Federal Reserve Bank of New York currently has RSS feeds for the following sections:|
|What is RSS?
RDF Site Summary (RSS) is an XML-based format for distributing web content.
www.newyorkfed.org uses RSS 1.0
For more information, read this from Wikipedia.
|Why use RSS?
RSS is an easy way to keep track of what's happening on www.newyorkfed.org. By using RSS you can automatically be notified when specific content of interest changes.
|What tools do I need to use RSS?
You need a special news reader or aggregator that displays RSS content feeds from Web sites you select. Many news readers are available as desktop software, but some are web based. Several are free.
|How can I sign up for newyorkfed.org
Click on the orange RSS button or section and follow the instructions for your particular news reader to subscribe to RSS feeds.
|What is RSS-CB?
RSS-CB (RSS for central banks) is an extension of RSS. RSS is oriented for human users and simple syndication. RSS-CB is also oriented for machine and application users that need structured information to filter, for example, selected research content for intranets or to pull in monetary policy announcements from key markets. The New York Fed uses RSS-CB.