A comprehensive source of global economic data
Covering the economies of 201 countries over a 55-plus-year rolling period, this integrated database is capable of generating detailed historical data on many regions of the globe as far back as 1980. Our team of well-credentialed economists rigorously reviews a continuous inflow of data worldwide to produce up-to-date global economic analysis as well as financial forecasts five, 10, and even 25 years into the future.
Updated monthly, the Global Economic Databank can provide macro and micro data on the economies of countries across the American, European, Asian-Pacific, and African continents, including the Mideast. Because of the vast amount of information collected, users may choose among hundreds of economic variables depending on data needs.
Backed by the renowned Oxford Economics brand, Global Economic Databank is a flexible tool for use by government agencies, universities, and businesses. Easy to use, you can download and save information in user-friendly Excel spreadsheets, which may be customised for labels, forecast frequencies, and presentation style. For your convenience, all data are annotated by source, time of update, and analyst. Global Economic Databank can help reinforce the credibility of your presentations and executive reports.
What the service includes
- Extensive databank. Wide range of macroeconomic and socioeconomic indicators covering 201 countries in developed and emerging markets. Provides historical data from 1980 and 25-year forecasts. Includes annual data and forecasts for each country, and quarterly data and forecasts for 47 influential markets.
- In-depth historical data and forecasts. Flexible system offers deep-dive forecasts by country and according to hundreds of distinct forecast series.
- Dependable methodology. Well-constructed global forecasts are derived from Oxford Economics’ proprietary Global Economic Model, the industry’s most widely used forecasting paradigm.
- Advanced spreadsheet functions. Our web-based databank allows users to download information quickly using Excel and Adobe formats. Users can modify forecast frequency, time variables, and data presentation. Numbers may be represented as absolutes, percentages, and even differences between time periods. All data are annotated by source, time of update, and analyst.