Treasury is responsible for analyzing and reporting on current and prospective economic developments in the U.S. and world economies and assisting in the determination of appropriate economic policies. Treasury conducts research to assist in the formulation and articulation of public policies and positions of the Department on a wide range of microeconomic issues.
Learn about the Treasury Yield Curves for Nominal and Real Coupon Issues (TNC and TRC yield curves) and The Treasury Breakeven Inflation Curve (TBI curve).
Learn more about the corporate bond yield curve, and how it relates to the Pension Protection Act, by downloading these papers.
The Economic Policy Research Paper Series offers staff an opportunity to disseminate their preliminary research findings in a format intended to generate discussion and critical comments. You can view and download the papers in this section.
Summary tables of monthly and quarterly U.S. economic statistics
Here you can access Social Security and Medicare Reports as well as Social Security Issue Briefs.
Use this section to access Total Taxable Resources (TTR), the Treasury Department's estimates of the relative fiscal capacity of the states.
Use this section to access information on Treasury regulations, legislative comments, proposed legislation and policy statements that have Tribal implications, including those that have a direct and identifiable economic impact on Indian Tribes or preempt Tribal law.