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United States Debt Clock

An Overview of the United States National Debt. The Current Outstanding Public Debt of the United States is:

Where Did The DJIA/NASDAQ/S&P 500 Trade On..

Find out how the three major US stock market indexes (DJIA, NASDAQ, S&P 500) performed on any given day in their histories!

History of Deficits and Surpluses in the U.S.

On this page you will find a history of surpluses and deficits in the United States, running all the way back until 1789.

Inflation Calculator

This calculator uses data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (United States), in the form of the Consumer Price Index, which is a benchmark for measuring inflation.

Historical Unemployment Rates in the United States

The Bureau of Labor Statistics currently provides unemployment data from January 1st, 1948, right up until the present day.

Historical State Unemployment Rates

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is kind enough to provide historical unemployment (and employment) data for all 50 states from January 1st, 1976 until present day.

Canada Debt Clock

The Current Outstanding Public Debt of Canada is approximately:

A History of Bank Failures in the United States

The United States has had to deal with a number of banking crises during its history as a nation.

Dow Jones Historical Data

On this page you'll find everything that you wanted to know about the historical performance of the DJIA.

Nasdaq Historical Data

The NASDAQ (The National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations) is home to some of the most recognized tech companies in the world, including Google, Apple and others.

S&P 500 Historical Data

The S&P (Standard & Poor's) 500 is an index that includes 500 of the largest and most influential companies in the United States. The S&P 500 is considered by most to be the closest indicator (in terms of market indexes) of the US economy, due to the fact that all different types of companies are included.

Compound Interest Calculator

Find out the amount of money that you will have if you receive a certain interest rate for a certain number of years.

Median Household Income History

The U.S. Census Bureau currently publishes median household income data from 1975 until present day.

History of Debt in the United States

Historical Debt Balances of the United States, 1791-2010