International economic development
International historical sources
Analyze and predict international economic and macroeconomic trends across a broad spectrum of indicators with our historical time series content.
Timely, regularly updated data comes directly from official international agencies and other leading sources, and you can compare multiple indicators across countries via similarly defined and measured data.
Extensive and reliable coverage
Power your analysis with a vast range of macro- and microeconomic data from official international and European organizations, private companies, and trade groups. Data is sourced directly from official international agencies and institutions, to ensure reliability and consistency.
Global reach and comparability
Analyze the main indicators across countries and rank economies. Our sources provide you with global datasets of country-comparable coverage, often with statistical adjustments, plus regional aggregates across a full set of macroeconomic variables.
Extensive coverage, including national, economic, financial, and external accounts from the International Monetary Fund, OECD and Eurostat. Specialized banking, debt and credit data are available from the Bank for International Settlements, World Bank, and European Central Bank.
Coverage includes a financial historical database of industry or commodity-specific production and consumption statistics, from trade groups and the U.S. Departments of Energy and Agriculture.
Special surveys from the World Bank, GEM, and World Economic Forum provide indicators of entrepreneurship in countries, global competitiveness, dimensions of governance, and measures of business regulation and enforcement.