by CI Staff
Trading Economics provides historical data on economic indicators, exchange rates, stock market indexes, and government bond yields for over 200 different countries. The data provided by the website come from sources such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, government central banks and national statistics bureaus and is frequently checked for accuracy.
Trading Economics’ home page provides a “heat map” and a table that offers a range of economic data on various geographic regions. Economic data that can be presented on the main page include year-over-year stock price change, currency change, bond change, GDP growth, and inflation; quarter-over-quarter GDP growth; and jobless rates, to name just a few. Geographical regions include World, Europe, different regions in Asia and the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and the Asia Pacific region.
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