Knoema: Global Macroeconomic Data Pack
ENTERPRISE PACK: 5.7M+ time series on public macro economic indicators by country from 12 data sources.
The Knoema Global Macro Economic Data Pack provides access to economic indicators for enterprises seeking to streamline the ingestion, maintenance, and delivery of public macro economic indicators by country. It contains 5.7M+ time series including indicators such as GDP Growth, Inflation, Industrial Production, Unemployment Rates, Money Supply, Interest Rates, Debt Burden, Leading Indicators and many others.
All Macro Economic and Financial data is ingested and curated by Knoema. Macro Economic Data Pack data comes from public sources, including international organizations and research institutions.
The data covers the whole economy and is organized into 10 major topics that enables quick and easy access to the indicator of interest:
– Economic Outlook
– National Accounts and Productivity
– Banking, Finance and Government
– Exchange Rates
– Balance of Payments
– Foreign Trade
– FDI and Investment
– Short-Term and Leading Indicators
– World Economic Outlook
– European Economic Forecast
– Annual Macroeconomic Database
– Quarterly National Accounts
– Central Bank Policy Rates
– 40+ others (please see reference table DATASETS for the list of all tables/datasets included in this data pack, including key details on each table/dataset like name, source, frequency of refresh, documentation on data, etc.)
– Gross Domestic Product and Components
– CPI and PPI Inflation
– Interest Rates
– Unemployment Rate
– Current Account Balance
– Fiscal Balance and Government Debt
Sources include Bank for International Settlements, European Central Bank, European Commission, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, International Monetary Fund, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Statistics Division, The World Bank, World Trade Organization.
Estimating Short-Term Economic Performance And Long-Term Trends:
– How have the international organizations changed their short-term GDP growth forecasts for 2020 and 2021 over time?
– Which economies are recovering faster than global average?
– When will the global output recover to pre-pandemic level?
Accessing Fiscal and Monetary Risks:
– How has the government debt burden in advanced and emerging economies evolved over the last 140 years?
– What is the impact of anti-covid stimulus on money supply, interest rates, commodity prices?
– Have the monetary and fiscal stimulus already transmitted into higher inflation expectations?
International Trade and Financial Flows – Analyzing the Economic Powers and Dependents
– How many countries trade with China more than with the US?
– Which countries depend the most from FDI from the US?
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