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Database Profiles

This is a complete list of our database offerings by category and details on the type of data they contain.

  • U.S. Economic Statistics

    Haver Analytics' U.S. databases cover U.S. economic and financial history from the early 1900s to the present. The databases contain monthly, quarterly and annual data published by the U.S. government, various newspapers and numerous trade associations.

    • U.S. Economic Statistics (USECON)

      Haver Analytics' primary database of U.S. economic and financial data updated within minutes of release. Data cover national accounts, prices, housing, construction, industrial production, interest rates, money supply, public finance, wholesale and retail trade, manufacturers' shipments, inventories and orders, employment, productivity, population, international trade and business cycle indicators.

    • National Accounts (USNA)

      Complete national income and product accounts from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, including monthly personal consumption expenditures, personal income in millions of dollars, auto detail and key source data. (Databook Vol 2)

    • Business & Consumer Expectations (SURVEYS)

      Outlook for future business and economic conditions including surveys from Federal Reserve Banks, Purchasing Managers, the National Association of Home Builders, Manpower, Challenger and the NFIB. Weekly surveys from Redbook, Dow Jones/Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, ICSC, ABC News, the Mortgage Bankers Association and Freddie Mac.

    • Consumer Price Indexes (CPIDATA)

      Monthly consumer price indexes and relative importance detail by region, MSA and city-size class as published in the CPI Detailed Report. Also includes average prices paid for commodities, utilities and fuels, CPI for older Americans, chained CPI, department store inventory price indexes and CPI research series.

    • Producer Price Indexes (PPI, PPIR)

      Stage of processing, commodity and industry-based price indexes published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the PPI Detailed Report.

    • Employment & Earnings (LABOR)

      Monthly payroll figures by industry from the Establishment Survey reported in the Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment and Earnings.

    • Household Survey (EMPL)

      Contains the complete monthly household employment data from the Current Population Survey of households from the BLS.

    • Covered Employment & Wages (CEW)

      Monthly and quarterly employment and wage data derived from quarterly tax filings of businesses with employees. Data are presented by 6-digit NAICS and by size of establishments beginning in 1990.

    • Occupational Employment Statistics (OES)

      Annual occupational statistics covers employment and wage estimates for over 800 occupations by 3-digit NAICS industries.

    • Industrial Production (IP)

      Complete industrial production detail including electric power use for 285 industries and industry groups published monthly in the (G.17) Federal Reserve Board release, Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization.

    • Financial Accounts (FFUNDS)

      Financial accounts (Z.1) from the Federal Reserve Board. Financial assets and liabilities by sector and transaction type as well as Balance Sheet items.

    • Capital Stock (CAPSTOCK)

      Complete net stock, depreciation, average age and investment data reported in the BEA publication Fixed Reproducible Tangible Wealth in the United States. Detailed estimates by industry and by type of equipment or structure.

    • International Transactions (USINT, USTRADE)

      Detailed international trade in goods and services, international transactions, foreign direct investment in the U.S., U.S. direct investment abroad, foreign transactions in long-term securities (TIC data) by country and product. USTRADE includes trade data by country by 5 and 6-digit NAICS commodity detail.

    • American Time Use (ATUS)

      This survey measures the amount of time people spend on various activities and is the only federal survey that includes nonmarket activities such as childcare, volunteering and leisure activities. Data are collected by age, sex, race, educational attainment, marital status and household type. Household types include those with a child under age six, with a child between age six and seventeen, a single adult with no children and two or more adults with no children. Time spent by employed persons working is reported by location (home or at their workplace). Annual data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics begin in 2003.

  • Specialized Databases

    These proprietary databases are provided to Haver Analytics by consulting firms, trade associations and economic research centers. Each database concentrates on its organization's area of expertise about the economy or the financial markets.

    • Conference Board Database (CBDB)

      Contains 3 monthly U.S. surveys compiled by The Conference Board. Includes a survey on consumer confidence by region, age and income group, and consumer attitudes on the business situation, income, employment and future spending plans. The CEO confidence survey measures business executives' expectations by industry. Help-Wanted Online headline series are also included

    • U.S. Business Cycle Indicators (BCI)

      Monthly data of the leading, lagging and coincident indexes and their components as compiled by The Conference Board. Contains over 250 series including the net contributions to change of the components and other monthly and quarterly cyclical indicators.

    • Fiber Business Cycle Indicators (FIBERUS)

      U.S. monthly leading and coincident indexes together with their components from the Foundation of International Business and Economic Research (FIBER). These indexes cover growth, inflation, employment, industrial production, service sector activity, financial services and trade. FIBER's industrial materials price index, a core price index plus their component indexes are also included. History for most series extends back to the 1950's.

  • Financial Indicators

    Databases covering mainly financial indicators reported by governments, central banks, trade associations, news organizations and other private firms. Includes Haver Analytics' daily and weekly domestic and international databases covering commodities, foreign exchange and financial markets and selected economic and financial information.

    • U.S. Daily Statistics (DAILY)

      Daily statistics including interest rates, Treasury yields, spot and forward exchange rates, trade-weighted exchange rates, corporate bond yields, commodity spot & futures indexes, metal prices, energy prices, futures prices, commodity cash prices, and domestic and international stock market data. Selected international data also includes eurocurrency rates. Also includes daily series from the Daily Treasury Statement.


      Covers money markets, fixing rates, exchange rates, fixed income, prices, equities and derivatives for over 120 countries. The data are sourced from central banks, stock exchanges, various newspapers, Refinitiv and Tullett Prebon (TPI). Central bank data availability includes official rates, commercial paper rates, deposit rates, interbank rates, government notes and bond yields and exchange rates. Coverage is supplemented with additional detail from Refinitiv and TPI including deposit rates, interest rate swaps and forward rates.


      Weekly financial and economic series aggregated from DAILY plus aggregate reserves, official reserve assets, bank assets and liabilities, commercial paper outstanding, money supply, Treasury bill auctions, Agency MBS transactions, bank credit, unemployment claims, car and truck production by firm, and production of raw steel, coal, and lumber. Also includes complete commitment of traders data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.


      Covers weekly financial data for over 120 countries aggregated from our country daily statistics database, INTDAILY. Additional weekly data provided by central banks and other sources include bank assets and liabilities, money supply, foreign reserves, and commodity prices and indexes. Data are generally sourced from central banks, stock exchanges, various newspapers, Refinitiv and Tullett Prebon.


      Daily, weekly and monthly share price and total return (net and gross) indexes from MSCI. Growth and value indexes in local current and US$ are included by capitalization for 80 countries and numerous world regions including the MSCI Euro, Pan-Euro, EMU, Emerging Markets, All Countries and G7. Exchange rates, Global Islamic Indexes, US REIT and MSCI Economic Exposure Indexes are also available.


      Includes a comprehensive set of fundamental data calculated by MSCI across 80 developed and emerging market economies, as well as numerous aggregates, such as ACWI, EM, Kokusai, EMU, Europe, and EAFE. In addition to share price index data, MSCIE includes market capitalization and divisors, valuation ratios, sales, earnings and dividend data. The valuation ratios include price to earnings ratios, price to cash earnings ratios, price to book value ratios, dividend yields, trailing and forward P/E ratios, returns on equity, internal growth rates and payout ratios. Data are available monthly beginning as early as 1969 for developed markets and 1987 for emerging markets.


      Daily, weekly and monthly U.S. stock price indexes, total return indexes and market capitalization by GICS industry groups from Standard & Poor's division of McGraw Hill. Monthly and quarterly data from the S&P Fundamentals data set include sales, earnings, dividends, dividend yields, prices, P/E ratios and S&P Capital IQ estimates of earnings, EBITDA, revenues, and forward P/E.


      Covers daily financial futures contracts on interest rate, equity index, exchange rate and real estate futures from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), which encompasses the Board of Trade (CBOT), and the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). Includes CME Eurodollar rates, exchange rates, the NASDAQ, S&P, Nikkei 225, and the S&P Case-Shiller index. CBOT data feature Treasury notes, the 30-day Fed Funds rate, interest rate swaps and the DJIA. ICE data includes the dollar index, exchange rates, and the Russell Indexes. Open, high, low and settlement prices, volume, contract month and prior day open interest are provided daily beginning as early as 1980. Also includes the CBOE S&P 500 Implied Correlation Index and the CFTC's Commitments of Traders Report.


      Contains information on options on the 30-day Federal Funds futures contracts to provide the financial market's near-term outlook for Fed behavior, S&P 500 futures contracts, and Eurodollar futures contracts. Included in the database are settlement prices, open interest, transaction volume, deltas, and implied volatility organized according to strike prices on individual contracts. Aggregate statistics for open interest and volume, also organized by call and put volume and open interest, are included. Daily values are available as early as 1983.


      Daily total return indexes and sovereign spreads by instrument type, by region and by country for the EMBI Global, the EMBI Global Diversified and the EMBI+ from J.P. Morgan. Provides daily, year-to-date and 1, 3 and 12- month total returns covering 61 countries. Data begin in 1994.


      Covers CMA (Credit Market Analysis) credit default swap spreads on sovereign debt for 22 advanced economies and 47 selected emerging market economies from CMA Datavision™. These databases feature par bid, offer, and mid spreads on credit default swaps at a 5-year tenor on sovereign debt issued by the respective countries. Daily data are available beginning as early as 2004, and are reported as of the New York close.


      Offers a selection of daily bond indexes and yields for the US, UK, Euro Area, Japan, Canada and Australia from Barclays, FTSE Russell, ICE/BoA Merrill Lynch, IHS Markit iBoxx and Daiwa. Covers corporate bonds rated AAA to BB/BB-, Treasuries, mortgages, municipals, and asset-backed securities. Yields on some U.S. government securities and LIBOR rates are also included to aid in the examination of quality spreads and yield curves.


      Daily, weekly and monthly international fund flows data for equities, bonds and money markets, weekly and monthly country/sector flows, and monthly country/sector allocations (weightings) from EPFR Global. Data are sourced from global fund managers and provide an indication of changing investor sentiment toward asset classes and geographic regions. Data are available for advanced and emerging market countries and regions. Equity flows are by capitalization style and sector. Bond flows include high yield, balanced, mortgage-backed, municipal, total return and inflation protected. Country and regional weightings are provided in percentage terms by asset class. Country flows data combine fund flows and country allocations to estimate the flow of money into and out of world stock markets.


      Weekly, monthly and quarterly data on trends in U.S. mutual fund activity from the Investment Company Institute. Classified by investment objective, the data begin as early as 1961 and cover sales, liquidity, redemptions, holdings and cash flows.


      Statistics on the financial position of U.S. corporations by industry from the Quarterly Financial Report and financial ratios for manufacturing.


      Quarterly delinquency rates of 1- to 4-unit residential mortgage loans reported by the Mortgage Bankers Association. Also contains the number of mortgage delinquencies calculated by Haver Analytics. Data for the total U.S. and Census regions begin in 1972. Data for states and Census divisions begin in 1979.


      American Bankers Association monthly U.S. delinquency rates. Data begin in 1972 for 12 categories of closed-end and open-end loans such as auto, home equity and mobile home loans and bank card credit.


      Balance sheet and income statement information for insured commercial and savings banks by asset size. Includes quarterly and annual bank loans by type of loan and the quarterly performance and condition ratios by U.S. region and by asset size from the Quarterly Banking Profile. Statistics are kept on failed/assisted bank transactions as well as the number of institutions on the FDIC's problem institution list.


      Complete coverage of the U.S. Treasury's Monthly Treasury Statement detailing government outlays by agency and receipts by source. Also contains IRS receipts by state for individual and corporate income taxes, selected Treasury Bulletin tables, detailed monthly interest expense on the public debt, government budget data from the CBO and the OMB, health care expenditures, and annual social security benefits data.

  • Industry

    Our Industry databases provide detailed coverage of global markets as well as specialized data from consulting firms, trade associations and economic research centers.


      Includes production, shipments, sales, trade and inventories by NAICS classification for several major industries. Also includes productivity by NAICS from BLS, data on corporate income tax returns by industry from IRS, monthly car and light truck sales by company and origin, domestic shipments of appliances from AHAM, port, airport and railroad statistics.


      Contains USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service's Production, Supply and Distribution (PSD) data covering over 100 agricultural commodities and over 200 countries. Concepts include beginning and ending stocks, production, yields, imports, exports, domestic and foreign consumption, distribution, area planted and area harvested. Data begin in 1960, are annual and updated each month.


      Existing home sales data from the National Association of Realtors. Sales by state and region, median sales price by metropolitan area and housing affordability for the total U.S. Supplemental surveys include the month's supply of homes by selected metropolitan areas.


      Pending home sales indexes from the National Association of Realtors. Monthly data are available for the U.S. and by region. Quarterly unpublished data are available by metropolitan area.


      Contains monthly detail underlying the Realtors Confidence Index (RCI) from the National Association of Realtors®. Realtors report on market conditions and expectations in their area covering topics such as buyer/seller traffic, price trends, number of days on the market, distressed sales, buyer profiles and financing, credit scores, rent trends and other issues affecting real estate. Also provides detail on price trends by state. Values begin as early as 2008.


      Contains two large surveys of the U.S. housing stock conducted by the Census Bureau. The Annual Characteristics of New Housing contains such details as the number of bedrooms/bathrooms, wall materials, type of foundation, presence of air-conditioning, heating systems by fuel type, lot size, parking facility, # of stories, mean & median sq footage, price per sq foot, type of financing and closing costs. Annual values begin in 1973. The American Housing Survey data are biennial since 1985 and include size of unit and lot, fuel types by purpose, year built, and monthly housing costs, valuation & taxes paid.


      Contains global sector statistics covering lumber, oil extraction, rubber, restaurants, health, electrical machinery and chemicals by selected country or world region. Electrical machinery data include semiconductor sales and trade detail for selected countries. Health data covers daily COVID-19 statistics and trade in medical goods. The database also contains miscellaneous country sector detail.


      Includes global statistics on motor vehicles, roads, ports, airports and railroads. Detailed port statistics for various countries are sourced by each port. Airport statistics include passenger and cargo traffic (domestic and international) for 40 countries. Also includes motor vehicle use by country, European road lengths and some railroad statistics.


      Provides detailed tourism statistics for over 80 countries from country's statistical offices and tourism ministries and boards. National as well as regional, state and city data are included when available. Concepts include visitor arrivals and departures and hotel stays by resident status, purpose, country and type of travel, depending on availability. Other statistics include stays by accommodation, length of stay, same-day and overnight visitors, number of hotel rooms, and tourist revenue and expenditure.


      Contains monthly data for over 120 countries and aggregates for major nonferrous metals - aluminum, copper, gold, lead, nickel, silver, tin and zinc - together with selected minor metals from the World Bureau of Metal Statistics (WBMS). Detailed data on production, consumption, inventories and trade are included. Production data include mined and refined production where applicable, inventories include exchange holdings as well as private sector holdings and trade includes import and export detail by stage of processing and detailed product type. Values begin as early as 1995.


      Offers statistics from the US Geological Survey on non-energy minerals for the US and other countries as well global aggregates. It is built from 5 major publications that provide annual data back to 1901 and monthly figures beginning as early as 1948. Statistics on production, distribution, stocks and consumption of significant mineral commodities are available for approximately 90 commodities for over 175 countries, with additional detail for the US.


      Housing statistics including sales, new listings and average sales prices for both residential and nonresidential properties from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) for Canada, Canadian provinces and selected cities. Sales are reported in both units and Canadian dollars. Inventory is available for residential properties. In addition, Multiple Listing Service® (MLS) home price indexes (HPI) are reported for specific types of homes. Data are reported monthly, quarterly and annually depending on the concept starting as early as 1980.


      Covers the world-wide commodity and energy market with spot and future prices, indexes and stocks. Includes detailed daily metal prices, futures prices and warehouse stocks from the London Metal Exchange (LME), futures from the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE), and the CME Group. The CME Group includes the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and CBOT futures exchanges. Also includes annual prices back to 1901 for 99 commodities from the U.S. Geological Survey, and complete weekly commitments of traders data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission covering 9 exchanges.


      Price indexes covering the major world freight traffic routes compiled by the Baltic Exchange in London. It includes the Baltic Dry (BEDI), Capesize (BCI), Panamax (BPI) and Supramax (BSI) indexes.


      Monthly motor vehicle statistics including sales and production by vehicle type covering the world from Ward's Automotive Group. Ward's global statistics cover vehicle sales and production in 45 countries as well as 11 country aggregates. Monthly data by vehicle type begin in 2005. Data covering North America include vehicle sales, inventory, production and production forecasts for 11 vehicle types. Vehicle sales are available by country of origin by vehicle type. Inventory data are available for the U.S. by county of origin and vehicle type. Most data begin in 1985 with U.S. data starting in 1980.


      U.S. statistics on 600+ industries covering 14 concepts such as spending, value added and cost of materials.


      Weekly revenue freight traffic statistics for major U.S., Canadian, and Mexican railroads covering 19 commodity groups from the Association of American Railroads and Atlantic Systems.

  • Industry - Energy

    These databases from Pennwell Publishing's Oil & Gas Journal, The Energy Intelligence Group, the Joint Organisations Data Initiative and Edison Electric Institute are dedicated to the global energy industry.


      Focuses on the global energy market with history and forecasts covering over 200 countries and world regions. Concepts covered include production, consumption, prices, reserves, imports, exports, inventories and refining statistics as well as CO2 emissions and energy intensity measures. In addition to crude oil and petroleum liquids, the database includes data on coal, natural gas, biofuels and electricity. Daily series on electricity by European country are also available sourced from ENTSO-E. Sources include the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), OPEC, British Petroleum, Statistics Canada and many other country sources.


      Many of its nearly 250,000 data series come from the EIA. Remaining series come from private firms and other government agencies. Most concepts reported at the national level are also reported by state and in the case of petroleum by PADD. There is substantial detail on electricity by state and net generation including solar, wind, geothermal and other renewables.


      The JODI (Joint Organisations Data Initiative) Oil World Database includes series on production, imports, exports, refinery intake, stock changes and stocks for several petroleum and natural gas products for over 90 countries. Data are monthly and begin in 2002. JODI is made up of seven member organizations –APEC, Eurostat, IEA, IEF, OLADE, OPEC, and the UN Statistics Division– and was founded in 2001 in an effort to bring greater transparency to the oil market.


      Weekly electric utility output for the total U.S. and by 9 regions from the Edison Electric Institute.


      Provides monthly oil supply, demand, inventory and price data needed to analyze market trends in Asia, Europe and the Americas from Energy Intelligence. Data cover crude and refined product stocks and demand by country as well as wellhead production at the country level. Includes refinery economics and activity in major centers, including netback values and margins for key crudes. Also provides data on refinery runs and spot, futures, crack-spread and formula prices.


      Focuses on North American natural gas and power markets from Energy Intelligence. Prices go back to the start of U.S. spot gas trading. Daily spot prices, high, low, average volume and average deals are provided by interstate, intrastate, hub and citygate for the U.S. Weekly and bidweek spot prices, Canadian spot prices, gas rig counts and gas storage in billions of cubic feet are also reported. Composite wellhead and pipeline prices are also available monthly back to 1985.


      Offers weekly gas and power prices plus spark spreads for major North American hubs as well as for 3 locations in Northwest Europe from Energy Intelligence. Monthly data include LNG import prices and volumes for Japan and South Korea, key European border prices, and North American spot gas and comparative fuel prices at important hubs and citygates. Also provides quarterly gas and electricity prices for industrial end-users in 7 key European countries together with comparative figures for heating and fuel oil.

  • Advanced Economies

    This group of databases is updated from national statistical offices, central banks and other national sources. They provide the most timely data for the countries included.


      Key comparable macroeconomic and financial indicators with basic industry detail for 20 European countries, the U.S., Japan, Canada, Australia and New Zealand plus the EU and euro area. Haver Analytics also calculates additional seasonally adjusted series, US$ series, World and regional GDP aggregates, productivity and unit labor costs data.


      Over 150,000 series covering the Japanese economy. Extensive macroeconomic and industry data, surveys including the full Tankan survey, complete financial/flow of funds data and METI production statistics. Weekly domestic and international statistics include interest rates, commodity prices, bond yields and Tokyo stock price indexes.


      Canadian economic and financial history since 1921 updated on a daily basis from Statistics Canada, the Bank of Canada, the Department of Finance and the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Over 65,000 data series cover prices, housing and construction, employment, industry, national accounts, trade, and major financial statistics.


      Contains detailed data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) as well as the Bank of England and other UK government and trade associations. Includes series from the CBI Trades Survey, the BCC Quarterly Economic Survey, OBR and BoE forecasts, RICS Surveys as well as numerous housing price indexes from Halifax, Hometrack, Rightmove, Nationwide and the Land Registry.


      Indicators for Germany from the Deutsche Bundesbank, Statistisches Bundesamt, Ifo and the Ministry of Finance. Includes extensive capital market, public finance, national account and trade data, series from the Ifo- Business Climate Survey and the ZEW Financial Market Survey (G-mind). Data by state and for West and East Germany are also presented.


      Statistics from INSEE, the Bank of France, the Ministry of Finance, the French Treasury (AFT), the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Customs Agency. Includes extensive business and consumer surveys, flow of funds and national account detail, and data by region.


      Comprehensive statistics from Istituto Nazionale di Statistica, Banca d'Italia and the Ministry of Economy and Finance. Includes the consumer, business, and services surveys from ISAE (Istituto di Studi e Analisi Economica). Monthly data begin as early as 1921.


      Detailed indicators covering the Spanish economy from the Instituto Nacional de Estadística, the Banco de EspaÑa, and other national sources. Data begin as early as 1930.


      In-depth data on the Irish economy from the Central Statistics Office, Central Bank, Economic & Social Research Institute, and Department of Housing, Environment, & Local Government. Covers industrial detail for IP, retail sales, inventories, employment and trade, as well as key housing data.


      Over 80,000 series covering the Scandinavian economy. Data are from national statistical offices and central banks. Includes Finland's Survey on Business Tendencies and Sweden's Consumer Confidence from NIER.


      Contains detailed indicators from each country's national statistical office and central bank. Includes extensive data on Austria's national accounts, Switzerland's business cycle indicators, and Greece's labor force survey.


      The BENELUX database contains detailed macroeconomic and financial time series for each country monthly beginning as early as 1921. Data are sourced from national statistical offices and central banks.


      Over 45,000 series covering industry detail on employment, national accounts, sales and inventories, prices and trade. Economic and business surveys are available from institutions such as the Westpac-Melbourne Institute. Data begin as early as 1946 and are from each country's central bank and national statistical office.

  • Emerging Markets

    This group of databases is updated from national statistical offices, central banks and other national sources. They provide the most timely data for the countries included with new country coverage added regularly. Haver Analytics also calculates additional seasonally adjusted series, US$ series, regional GDP aggregates, productivity and unit labor costs data.


      Key comparable macroeconomic and financial indicators with basic industry detail covering over 90 emerging market countries. As with the G10 database, Haver Analytics also calculates additional series such as seasonally adjusted data, nominal and real GDP in US$, domestic and external debt as a % of GDP, current account as a % of GDP as well as total and final domestic demand.

    • Latin American Macroeconomic Data (EMERGELA)

      Key economic and financial indicators for 21 major Latin American economies. Data are sourced from national statistical offices, central banks and other agencies. Data include national accounts, industrial production, interest rates, money supply, consumer and producer price indexes, production, trade, business and consumer surveys, and export information on the petroleum industry.


      Comparable monthly, quarterly and annual data for 27 Central/Eastern Europe and Western Asia countries. The database offers over 170,000 series covering financial detail, national accounts by industry, price indexes, BOP, international trade, industrial production detail, retail trade, labor force indicators, and business and consumer surveys from national statistical offices and central banks.


      Provides timely macroeconomic and financial data for 29 key Middle Eastern and African countries, including Turkey, Egypt, Israel, South Africa and GCC countries. Monthly, quarterly and annual series includes detail for finance, national accounts, price indexes, employment, trade and surveys.


      Database providing over 165,000 timely macroeconomic and financial statistics for 16 major Asia/Pacific Rim emerging economies including China and India. Includes industry detail for national accounts, price indexes and employment, various construction indicators, business and consumer surveys and public finance detail. Data begin as early as the 1920's.

  • Regional Country Detail

    This group of databases is updated from national statistical offices, regional/state/provincial statistical offices, central banks and other national sources. They provide the most timely data for regional level statistics with new coverage added regularly.

    • Regional Country (Advanced Economies)

    • Australia & New Zealand (ANZR)

      Contains a wide range of regional data for Australia and New Zealand including national accounts, consumer price indexes, labor force survey, population and building permits. Key surveys, such as the Consumer Sentiment Index and Performance of Services Index, are available by state and territory for Australia.

    • Canada (CANADAR)

      Canadian data by province and metro area from Statistics Canada, the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), Industry Canada, Department of Finance Canada, Export Development Canada, and the Ontario Ministry of Finance and the Institut de la Statistique du Quebec. Includes over 115,000 data series covering government finance, bankruptcies, national and economic accounts, CMHC housing starts and completions, consumer prices, labor force, retail trade detail, EDC trade confidence indexes and trade.

    • France (FRANCER)

      Contains regional, departmental and city-level data for a number of macroeconomic and financial indicators as well as population statistics. For some concepts, data are available for domestic and overseas departments as well as old and new metropolitan regions. Data come from sources such as the Banque de France, National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE), the Ministry of Labor and Ministry of Transportation.

    • Germany (GERMANR)

      Contains a number of economic and demographic concepts for the 16 federal states including GDP, CPI, employment, gross wages, unemployment, job vacancies, household disposable income, public finance, construction and building permits, gross value added, business registrations, business surveys, capacity utilization, motor vehicle stocks, exports and imports. Sources include Statistisches Bundesamt, Federal Ministry of Finance, Deutsche Bundesbank, Ifo-Institut fur Wirtschaftsforschung, Bundesagentur fur Arbeit, Europace AG, Hypoport and the various state statistical offices.

    • Italy (ITALYR)

      Contains a number of economic, financial and demographic concepts for Italian regions and provinces including GDP, CPI, unemployment, employment & hours worked by industry, consumer & business surveys, local government debt, imports & exports, residential & commercial real estate prices and population by gender. National account concepts are available by region and industry for gross value added, gross fixed capital formation, wages & salaries and compensation. Data are from the Istituto Nazionale di Statistica, Banca d'Italia and Osservatorio sul Mercato Immobiliare di Nomisma.

    • Japan (JAPANR)

      Provides a broad range of regional and prefectural data for Japan from a variety of sources. In addition to many macroeconomic indicators such as the regional CPI and prefectural accounts, it also contains a number of surveys on price expectations, consumer confidence and expectations for the future economic situation. All Bank of Japan Tankan surveys are included.


      Data for Switzerland's 26 cantons and wider geographical areas come from the Federal Statistical Office, Swiss National Bank, Federal Customs Administration and the statistical offices of Basel-Stadt, Geneva and Zurich. Data for Portugal are reported by national sources such as the National Statistical Institute of Portugal and the Bank of Portugal and cover municipalities, metropolitan areas and autonomous regions depending on the concept. Data series include government finance, CPI, national accounts, unemployment rates, international trade, permanent resident population, tourist arrivals and overnight stays.

    • Spain (SPAINR)

      This database contains macroeconomic concepts for the 19 Spanish regions from a number of sources including the Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Banco de España, Ministerio de Empleo y Seguridad Social, Intervención General de la Administración del Estado and the Ministerio de Fomento. Data series cover public finance, prices, GDP, employment and trade. Also includes data for the 52 provinces for a select number of concepts such as loans and deposits from deposit taking institutions, mortgages, GDP, employment and international trade.

    • United Kingdom (UKR)

      Contains statistics covering England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Data are available for unitary authorities, county and district councils, boroughs and cities depending on the concept. Datasets include trade by SITC commodity by region, gross value added by industry up to the NUTS3 level, dwelling stock by district, and labor market detail. Data are also sourced from the Scottish Government and include public finance.

    • Regional Country (Emerging Markets)

    • ASEAN Countries (ASEANR)

      Covering six ASEAN member countries, this database provides detailed data for provinces, states, cities, towns, regions or ports. It contains many useful data sets for the ASEAN-5 - Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand - and Vietnam such as regional data for GDP, residential property prices, CPI, consumer confidence and expectations, trade in goods, tourism and IP depending on the country.

    • Central & Eastern Europe and Western Asia (CWR)

      Offers macroeconomic indicators for the provinces/voivodeships, regions and districts of the countries in central and eastern Europe and western Asia including Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. Coverage varies by country and region but most major indicators covering national accounts, prices, employment, construction and population will be available at the frequency reported by the source.

    • China (CHINAR)

      Covers regional indicators from sources such as the People's Bank of China, the National Bureau of Statistics, and the National Development and Reform Commission and offers data for all of the principal categories for which we collect statistics. Detailed financial statistics, national accounts, employment indicators, price indexes, retail sales, motor vehicle registrations and demographic data are covered.

    • India (INDIAR)

      Covers 28 states, eight union territories and a number of cities for concepts such as GDP, house prices, employment, wage rates, public finance and debt. The Annual Survey of Industries from the NSO provides industry characteristics such as the number of factories, investment, employment and output by state. Other concepts include rainfall by meteorological division, national highway expenditures from the Ministry of Statistics & Program Implementation and port activity from the Indian Ports Association.

    • Latin America (LATAMR)

      Contains macro and demographic data for Mexico and Brazil. These data cover states, regions and cities for national accounts, construction, production, prices, employment, earnings, trade and demographics data as reported by different country specific sources.

    • Middle East and North Africa (MENAR)

      Focuses on the Middle East and eventually North Africa with regional macroeconomic, financial and demographic series for Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. Some indicators have also been added for Jordan and Qatar. It provides main indicators at the subnational and city level.

    • Sub-Saharan Africa (SUBAFR)

      Focuses on regions of Sub-Saharan African countries with considerable coverage for the nine provinces of South Africa. Also contains data for selected macroeconomic indicators for Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Cameroon and Zambia.

  • Other Country Detail

    These databases contain data from mostly private sources who conduct surveys providing supplemental economic, environmental, social and governance statistics.


      Brings together many of the most closely followed consumer and business surveys that are found in our advanced economies databases. These surveys are conducted by a broad range of private and public organizations and include headline PMI series from Markit Economics, Manpower Employment Outlook, the EC's Business & Consumer Survey, the Japanese Tankan, the Ifo and ZEW in Germany, the BCC and CBI in the UK, and the INSEE Household Survey in France.


      Focuses on broad environmental, social and governance indicators from annual reports that cover most countries and are compiled by a variety of international organizations. They include the UNDP Human Development Report, the Corruption Perceptions Indexes from Transparency International, the Economic Freedom Index from the Fraser Institute, the Chinn-Ito Index (KAOPEN), the Ease of Doing Business dataset from the World Bank and Yale University's Environmental Performance Index.

    • Purchasing Managers Surveys (MKTPMI, PMIGL, PMIEU, PMIASIA, PMIUS)

      Monthly purchasing managers surveys for 26 countries plus the euro area and the World conducted by associations of purchasing managers within each country under the supervision of Markit Economics. Includes manufacturing, services and construction surveys starting in 1992. Also includes monthly GDP and productivity indexes for selected countries. PMI sector databases are available for the World, the EU, Asia and the U.S.

    • China Trade Detail (CNTRADE))

      Provides monthly detailed China trade by country and commodity data from the General Administration of Customs. 2- and 4-digit HS commodity year-to-date exports and imports for over 1,300 distinct commodities with all partner countries begin in 2017. It also contains 2-digit HS monthly flow detail with all partner countries as well as trade by major commodity, SITC and customs regime. Haver estimates values for January and February for selected series.


      Covers the Report on Jobs survey compiled by Markit Economics and includes recruitment activity, wages and salaries, and availability and demand for staff for the U.K and by region.

    • United Kingdom Halifax Housing Prices (UKHPI)

      The Markit Halifax House Price Indexes are based on Halifax mortgage transaction data. They are available quarterly for all 12 regions of the UK and cover existing homes, first-time buyers, former- owner occupiers and all houses all buyers.

    • Fiber Business Cycle Indicators (FIBER)

      Monthly leading and coincident indexes for 16 countries from the Foundation of International Business and Economic Research (FIBER). Also includes comparable country aggregate indexes. These cyclical indicators are based on the unique methodology developed in a long series of studies that first originated at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) to identify turning and inflection points in the economy.


      Features monthly data on Japan’s residential price indexes dating back to July 1990 sourced from Recruit Co. Ltd. in Japan. Contains sales figures for apartments and detached houses, as well as rentals of apartments and condominiums categorized by dwelling size (studio apartments, couple-sized apartments, family-sized apartments, and luxury condominiums). Regional data are available by prefectures, districts, cities, and areas along subway lines with measurements in 10,000 yen per square meter, or 3-month moving average indexes.

  • International Organizations

    These databases include monthly, quarterly and annual data from the Bank for International Settlements, the European Central Bank, Eurostat, the European Commission, the OECD, the International Monetary Fund, the United Nations, and the World Bank. They provide comparable statistics for macroeconomic indicators, national accounts and balance of payments for countries and regions.


      Harmonized statistics for the member states of the European Union and the euro area including aggregates. Covers main series of national accounts, widely used business and consumer surveys, consumer and producer price indexes, government finance, numerous industry statistics, retail trade, trade in goods, balance of payments and many various labor indicators. Additional financial detail for the euro area is also included. Data are from Eurostat, the European Central Bank and the European Commission.


      Contains detailed quarterly and annual national accounts, and harmonized integrated economic (nonfinancial) accounts from Eurostat. Nonfinancial accounts are organized by economic sector and cover concepts such as GDP, GVA, gross saving, gross operating surplus, market output, taxes and subsidies, property income, social contributions, and investment grants by country.


      Over 165,000 series covering the entire European Commission Business and Consumer Survey and the ECB's Survey on the Access to Finance of Enterprises (SAFE). The database includes economic sentiment (ECI), business climate (BCI), and flash consumer confidence (CCI) indicators, capacity utilization as well as subsector NACE 2-digit level confidence indicators for industry, financial services, retail trade, construction and investment. Data are available beginning in 1985.


      Contains financial accounts by institutional sector, general government consolidated financial accounts, aggregated accounts of EA and other EU MFIs, EA securities issues, and security holdings statistics. Financial accounts cover series on financial transactions and balance sheets from the ECB and Eurostat by sector.


      Contains greatly expanded datasets on securities issues with enhanced country detail, additional interest rate types, and a more granular breakdown of maturities and issuing sectors. Data are timely and harmonized with face, market, and nominal values compiled using ECB's Centralized Securities Database of security micro-data. Instruments covered include zero-coupon bonds, asset-price-linked and inflation-linked variable-rate debt securities. Values are reported monthly in millions of euros starting as early as 1989. Securities holdings by sector are reported quarterly in millions of euros beginning in 2021.


      Harmonized government expenditures by function for European countries, as well as EU and euro area aggregates from Eurostat. Annual series are provided for 10 functions including health, defense, and social protection by a breakdown of expenditures such as gross capital formation and compensation of employees. Data are available for general, central, state, and local government and social security and begin as early as 1990.


      Contains the European Commission Directorate General for Economic Affairs' (DG ECFIN) entire annual macroeconomic data set AMECO. These data cover a wide range of topics such as consumption, national accounts, trade, employment and public debt across all EU countries, candidate countries and some non-member countries such as the US, Canada, Australia and Japan. AMECO includes 2-year forecasts for all series, updated 3 times per year.

    • European International Transactions (EUINT)

      Contains detailed international trade and balance of payments data for EU member and candidate countries as well as the Euro Area and EU aggregates. Series include values in euros, unit value indexes and volume indexes by trading partner, Broad Economic Category (BEC) product groups and SITC commodity detail. Also contains BOP and IIP data from both the ECB and Eurostat.


      Contains detailed imports and exports by 2-digit HS for EU member countries, the EU and the euro area with the EU's top 70 trading partners. Four-digit HS detail is available for 50 external trading partners. Also contains extra-EU trade by 9 modes of transportation. Monthly data from Eurostat begin as early as 1988.


      Detailed labor force survey data by member country. Harmonized regional employment statistics EU member countries including employment and number of employees by main NACE economic activity for NUTS level 2 regions. Quarterly labor market transition data for the EU members beginning in 2010.


      Offers demographic data from Eurostat and the European Commission's Ageing Report. Population by age, gender, educational attainment, and region are available. Migration statistics are reported by age group, gender and country of citizenship. Data on asylum applications, fertility and mortality are also included.


      Macroeconomic data for the 35 member countries, aggregates including the euro area, and transition countries such as China, Russia, India and Brazil. Data are available monthly, quarterly and annually beginning as early as 1960. Categories include employment, national accounts, construction, industrial production, prices, trade and BOP. Corresponds to the monthly publication from the OECD.


      Quarterly data for the components of national income for OECD member countries beginning as early as 1970. Also included for regional aggregates are comparative measures of purchasing power parity compiled from OECD estimates. Corresponds to the quarterly publication from the OECD.


      Offers the LFS summary table for all OECD countries, Brazil and five aggregate regions covering population, labor force, employment and unemployment by gender. Employment is further divided into agriculture, industry, services and the self-employed. Annual data extend as far back as 1956.


      Annual national accounts from the organization's annual publication, National Accounts Volume I: Main Aggregates and National Accounts Volume II: Detailed Tables. Data are available beginning as early as 1960 for OECD member countries and aggregates, are based on SNA 93, and include comparative data using both purchasing power parities and exchange rates.


      Brings together a number of datasets available from the OECD that focus on public sector finances. Quarterly public sector debt includes detailed information on debt instruments issued by sector. Gross debt is presented by maturity, instrument, currency denomination and residence of creditor. Marketable and non-marketable central government debt by instrument is available. General government accounts facilitate comparison of revenues and expenditures across countries.


      Annual data for OECD countries from the OECD's National Accounts Vol. IIIa: Financial Accounts – Flows and Vol. IIIb: Financial Balance Sheets – Stocks. Data values begin in the early 1970's and are based on SNA 1993 for cross-country comparisons. In addition, the database includes the types of financial instruments used by different sectors to acquire financial assets or to incur liabilities. The balance sheets give a picture of financial net worth at the end of each year by sector and by financial instrument.


      Inflows, outflows, inward position and outward position are provided for each OECD country with over 70 partner countries and country aggregates. Flows are presented in national currency and US dollars. In addition, tables by sector by country and by country by sector are available. Annual values begin in 1982.


      Provides quarterly and annual history and projections for national accounts, BOP, employment and other economic indicators for the OECD member countries and 20 aggregates including OPEC, the Asian NICs and Africa.


      The OECD-FAO's Agricultural Outlook report provides a forward-looking assessment of the major agricultural commodities in biofuels, cereals, oilseeds, sugar, meats, fish and dairy. Concepts include production, consumption, trade, yield, use balances and prices. Data are available annually for OECD countries and 22 other countries as well as 11 world regional aggregates beginning in 1990 and are forecasted out 10 years. The previous year's report is also available to compare how forecasts have changed.


      Contains OECD's Trade in Value Added (TiVA) principal indicators organized by world region. Data track the origins of value added in exports, imports and final demand by each country in the production of goods and services that are consumed worldwide. Series cover 64 economies plus 18 aggregates providing nearly 8 million annual series. Forty-six indicators are available for 55 industries.


      Monthly, quarterly, and annual gross domestic product and national accounts detail, interest rates, price and production indexes, money and banking, commodity prices, exchange rates, and balance of payments data for nearly 250 countries and regional aggregates as published in the IMF's International Financial Statistics. Also includes the IMF's Financial Soundness Indicators and Fiscal Monitor.


      Quarterly and annual balance of payments (BOP) and international investment position (IIP) detail from the IMF's Balance of Payments Statistics. Data are presented in US$ and local currency, and cover 185 countries plus country aggregates. BOP data are provided in both analytic and standard presentations. Quarterly data begin as early as 1962, annual data begin as early as 1948.


      Monthly and annual exports and imports from the IMF's Direction of Trade Statistics. Covers trade by 250 trading partners as reported by 200 countries. Monthly data begin as early as 1980, annual data begin as early as 1948.


      IMF's analysis and projections of economic developments at the global level, in major country groups and in over 180 countries. It provides the framework for the IMF's global surveillance activities. Values usually begin in 1980 and may include estimates made by IMF staff for historical periods. Commodity price indexes with projections are also available.


      Regional economic outlook (REO) reports are periodically produced by the IMF for a number of regions. These reports vary from region to region with different amounts of historical data and different outlook horizons. Contains reports for the Middle East & Central Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa , Asia & Pacific, Western Hemisphere and Central, Eastern & Southeastern Europe.


      The IMF's CPIS is the only global survey of portfolio investment holdings. It collects information on cross-border holdings of equities and long- and short-term debt securities by the country of residence of the issuer. Data are annual starting in 2001 and semi-annual starting in 2013. Data are augmented by information collected on two confidential surveys - Securities Held as Foreign Exchange Reserves and Securities Held by International Organizations.


      Presents detailed data on "inward" direct investment positions by country of the immediate investor, and data on "outward" direct investment positions by the country of immediate investment from the IMF. It contains breakdowns of direct investment position data, including net equity and net debt positions. Data are annual beginning in 2009.


      International financial claims and liabilities for over 200 countries and aggregate areas, broken down by currency, sector and the nationality of the reporting bank from The Bank for International Settlements (BIS). The currency breakdown of external positions is provided for all sectors, nonbank sectors and official monetary institutions. Data values are quarterly and extend back to the 1970's. Also includes BIS effective exchange rate indexes and quarterly JEDH external debt statistics (Joint External Debt Hub).


      Contains the AfDB Socio Economic Database covering macro and socioeconomic data for African countries as well as regional aggregates such as COMESA, WAEMU and Sub-Saharan Africa. Macroeconomic concepts cover public finance, national accounts, agriculture, energy production, trade, labor market and population. Other indicators include education levels, environmental data, infrastructure and poverty prevalence. Data are annual, start as early as 1960, and often have forecasts for the current and next few years with population forecasts out to 2030.


      Covers ASEANstats, the official ASEAN Statistics Division database, offering harmonized macroeconomic, socioeconomic, resource and sustainable development indicators for ASEAN countries (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam). Harmonized indicators cover GDP, trade in goods, trade in services, foreign direct investment, population, labor force, employment by industry, transportation, tourism, land area and sustainable development indicators. Annual values start as far back as 1995 with nominal and real GDP provided quarterly from 2012.


      Offers annual data collected by the World Bank and 30 partners covering more than 860 concepts for over 200 countries. A smaller set of concepts is reported for 56 additional economies. Indicators are grouped into topic areas which include Development Framework, Environment, Social Indicators, Exchange Rates and Prices, Financial Statistics, External Debt, Government Finance, Balance of Payments, Trade and National Accounts. Values begin in 1960 for many countries and concepts. Also includes the Worldwide Governance Indicators from the World Bank.


      Timely monthly and annual prices for 76 key commodities and price indexes for 14 broad commodity categories for emerging countries from the World Bank Development Prospects Group. Also known as the Pinksheets, monthly data begin in 1983 and annual data begin in 1960.


      Provides detailed external debt data for 122 countries starting as early as 1998 from the World Bank in collaboration with the IMF. These countries subscribe to the IMF's Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS), or are a participating country in the GDDS. Data are consistent with both the 2013 External Debt Statistics and the Sixth Edition of the Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual (BPM6).


      Includes the World Bank's International Debt Statistics (IDS) and Quarterly Public Sector Debt (QPSD). IDS includes public and private external debt as reported by 138 countries to the World Bank. Projections for disbursements & debt service for the next ten years are also available. QPSD contains the end of period debt position for general and central government, financial and nonfinancial public corporations and the total public sector for 80 countries in US$, local currency and as a % of GDP.


      Contains the World Bank's Global Financial Development Database. Data cover over 100 financial system characteristics for over 200 economies and include measures of the size of financial institutions, the degree of access to financial services, the efficiency of financial markets, and the stability of markets.


      Contains the Government Revenue Dataset (GRD) covering government tax and non-tax revenues, social contributions, and grants as a percentage of GDP. It also includes a portion of the government's revenue from natural resource extraction. Annual data covers 200 countries, beginning as early as 1980, and is derived from OECD Revenue Statistics, IMF Government Finance Statistics, and IMF Article IV reports.


      Demographic data with projections through the year 2050 for 165 countries, 6 major regions and the world for total and working age population and for 18 different age groups by gender. Fertility and mortality rates are also provided.


      The Census Bureau's International Data Base (IDB) which has demographic data for over 200 countries collected from a variety of sources. Census began this project in the early 1960s and currently projects all of the demographic concepts through 2050. History varies depending on country and concept but population is available for over 200 countries starting in 1950. Population by sex is provided for single ages through 100 years and in 5-year groupings. In addition, there are statistics on fertility, mortality and net migration.


      Statistics from the World Federation of Exchanges collected from 64 regulated exchanges around the world. WFE covers equities, fixed income, and derivatives. Equities coverage includes domestic market capitalization, number of listed companies and trades in equity shares, value of share trading, investment flows, securitized derivatives, exchange traded funds as well as broad stock and blue chip index performance. Fixed income statistics cover number of bonds listed by type, value of bond trading by sector and bond issuance. Monthly data begin as early as 1991.

  • Forecasts & "As Reported Data"

    Haver Analytics has several databases with macroeconomic forecasts. We also store historical data as reported at a certain date to allow comparisons with pre-revision data as well as changes in methodology and classifications.


      Macroeconomic Advisers, a two-time winner of the prestigious Annual Blue Chip Economic Forecasting Award, provides macroeconomic forecasts using their widely acclaimed U.S. Macro model. Over 1,200 quarterly short term forecasts of the U.S. economy are provided. Monthly GDP is also calculated. Data include history plus two years of quarterly forecasts and are updated on a monthly basis, within a few days of the NIPA releases. Annual long term forecasts provide ten years of annual forecasts updated on a quarterly basis. Historical data are provided to MA by Haver Analytics.


      Contains consensus economic and financial forecast databases from FocusEconomics for over 110 countries and 33 commodities. Annual forecasts with a 5-year horizon are updated each month for over 25 concepts. Total number of respondents, individual panelist forecasts and median, maximum, and minimum values for the most important indicators are included. Quarterly forecasts are available for select countries and indicators. The historical databases offer monthly "as reported" forecasts for 12 economic indicators. FocusEconomics began their forecasts with Latin America and provide historical forecasts back to 2002. Historical forecasts for Asia begin in 2005, Eastern Europe in 2006, Major Economies in 2010, and the Middle East and Africa in 2015. Commodity forecasts also begin in 2015


      Each month, annual forecasts for 15 key U.S. economic indicators are collected from more than 50 leading business economists and used to derive the Blue Chip consensus. A separate monthly survey includes top analysts' forecasts of US and international interest rates, currency values and the factors that influence them. Economic forecasts cover GDP, the GDP price index, CPI, IP, disposable personal income, PCE, nonresidential fixed investment, corporate profits, the unemployment rate, interest rates, housing starts, vehicle sales and exports. The consensus (mean), median, min and max forecast and a diffusion index are reported as well as the forecasts from the individual panelists. Quarterly forecasts are reported for 12 key economic indicators. Annual forecasts for 5 key economic variables are reported for 15 countries and the Euro Area. Each individual monthly report is available as the data were reported going back to 1976.


      Consensus economic and financial forecasts for global currencies, interest rates and economic indicators from FX4casts. FX4CASTS provides forecasts with actual historical values, while FX4CE presents "as-reported" forecasts. Includes 1, 3, 6, 12 & 24-month forecasts for 32 major currencies updated weekly and monthly, and for 43 minor currencies. Monthly confidence intervals, forward rates and interest rate forecasts are also provided. Also includes annual forecasts updated monthly for inflation, real GDP, and the current account. Forecasts are based on responses from contributors in 45 authoritative financial organizations located worldwide. Subscription includes FX4casts' monthly issues & weekly updates with forecasts and forward-looking analysis for 32 countries.


      Oxford Economics' global macroeconomic databases cover over 200 countries and aggregates with thirty-year quarterly and annual forecasts. Concepts include interest rates, stock markets, money supply, public finance, national accounts, prices, production, unemployment, and BOP. Databases are updated monthly beginning as early as 1980 and annual data beginning as early as 1960. The global industry database covers 80 countries and regions with 30 year quarterly and annual forecasts for up to 85 industries for output (value-added). OE's global macroeconomic and industry models are fully integrated. Oxford and Macroeconomic Advisors share information in their forecasting processes & hold joint conferences for their mutual clients.


      Oxford Economics' global macroeconomic city forecast databases cover cities in 164 countries using methodology consistent with the Oxford country and industry forecasts. Forecasts for GDP, the labor market, population, income, consumer spending and retail sales extend through 2035. A global city database offers annual forecasts for 900 cities in 164 countries. Forecasts for a larger set of cities and economic areas can be found in the European, Asian and North American focused databases. For example, the European database covers 1,929 cities or regions with annual forecasts. North American coverage is quarterly and includes U.S. states, metro areas and counties, and Canadian cities and provinces. Four different scenarios are also available quarterly for U.S. states and metro areas.


      The Economist Intelligence Unit's Access China data set provides comprehensive history and forecasts on the economy, industries and business environment for China's 31 provinces and 292 largest cities. History begins as early as 1952 and forecasts extend out to 2030 for many series. Covers output, income, wholesale and retail trade, foreign trade and investment, bank loans and deposits, household ownership of products, budget revenue and expenditure, construction, industrial production, energy, employment, wages, education and population.


      The Economist Intelligence Unit's Market Indicators and Forecasts provides forecast data on market size and growth potential for 60 key economies. They contain considerable detail at the industry and sector level on consumer markets and income, infrastructure, competitiveness, credit risks, business operations risks, and indicators on politics, institutions and regulations. They also include the Economist's Big Mac indexes. The databases are organized by world region and contain forecasts of up to five years. Data are annual starting in 1990 and are updated each Friday afternoon.


      The Economist Intelligence Unit's CountryData provides over 320 macroeconomic data series covering national accounts, labor markets, production, fiscal and monetary indicators, prices, trade, debt and foreign payments. Much of the historical data are provided to the EIU by Haver Analytics. Prices, consumption, production, and stocks are also available for 40 globally traded commodities. Databases are organized by world region and cover over 200 countries and 40 regional aggregates. Annual data begin in 1980 and contain forecasts of up to five years. Monthly and quarterly data begin in 1993 and are available for a selected set of concepts and countries. Databases are updated each week.

    • Institute of International Finance Forecasts (IIFDATA)

      Contains annual forecasts for 41 countries through 2018 covering topics such as the domestic economy, trade & BOP, external financing, debt & assets, monetary policy, fiscal accounts & public debt and banking & financial markets. The IIF is a global association of financial institutions with nearly 500 members in 70 countries and provides analysis on emerging markets and other issues in global finance.


      Provides regular commercial property market forecasts for key office, retail and warehouse (logistics) markets in the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific from Property Market Analysis (PMA). The PMA databases offer annual forecasts, updated semiannually, for U.S., European and Asian cities. Data typically begin in the 1980s or 1990s with 5 year forecasts. Forecasts cover prime & real rents, prime net yields, capital growth and values as well as stocks and vacancies. Economic forecasts are also available for GDP, retail spending, inflation and 10-year government bond yields. Established in 1982, PMA is one of the largest independent property research consultancy firms.


      As first released (unrevised) data and forecast survey medians of major macroeconomic indicators for the U.S. from Action Economics. The forecast median, mean, standard deviation, low, high, and number of survey participants are included beginning in Dec 2003. As-reported data extend further back. Dates and times of release extend out 1 year. Updated each Friday, Action Economics' surveys help gauge consensus thinking in financial markets.


      Consensus data (forecast survey medians) and as first released (unrevised) actuals of major macroeconomic indicators for the U.S., Canada, the euro area, 20 European countries, Japan, Australia and several Asian countries from Informa Global Markets. Series are also available with the date and time of each release. Updated daily, MMS's weekly surveys are used to help predict, identify and confirm fundamental movements in the markets.


      Outlook for future economic conditions from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's Livingston Survey of Economists Forecasts, the ASA/NBER Survey of Professional Forecasters and the FOMC's Economic Projections.


      Forecasts for key U.S. economic indicators for the next 4 quarters and the next 2 years compiled as part of a joint project of the American Statistical Association and the NBER. It is now known as the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia/ASA/NBER's Survey of Professional Forecasters. Historical forecasts begin in the fourth quarter of 1968. Also includes as reported forecasts from the National Association for Business Economists (NABE) Outlook Survey NABE Outlook beginning in 2002.


      This database contains real and nominal series from the main BEA GDP summary table as they appeared each month beginning in July 1978. Key source data and assumption series are also available as reported beginning in July 2001.

  • U.S. Regional Service

    Haver Analytics' regional databases cover economic conditions in U.S. states, metropolitan areas, counties and cities. These databases contain weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual data published by federal, state and local governments and various trade associations.

    • Monthly Payroll Employment (LABORR)

      Monthly establishment survey data from BLS for over 400 industries in all 50 states and over 250 MAs. Data begin as early as 1946.


      Monthly household survey data from the BLS for states, cities, counties, MSAs and PMSAs. Data cover labor force, number employed, number unemployed and the unemployment rate. State data are both seasonally adjusted and unadjusted from 1970; area data are not seasonally adjusted and begin in 1980.


      Covered employment and wages by county for 12 NAICS industries and by state by 4-digit NAICS industry from the BLS. Wages and number of establishments are reported quarterly by industry for counties and by size of establishment and industry for states. Employment is reported monthly. Data are obtained from quarterly tax filings of businesses with employees covered by state unemployment insurance programs and federal employees covered by the Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees.


      Annual employment (including proprietors), and wage and salary employment by place of work. Covers 3-digit NAICS detail for the 50 states, the eight BEA regions, and all metropolitan areas and 2-digit NAICS detail by MA.


      Annual, monthly and monthly YTD residential permits by type for states, metropolitan areas, counties and permit-issuing places from the Census Bureau. Data begin as early as 1980.


      Monthly bankruptcy filings, mass layoff statistics, unemployment insurance claims, numerous house price measures, housing starts, coincident activity indexes, and exports by state and/or MAs. Also includes annual state government finance, construction put in place, motor vehicle registrations, Medicare payments, and homeownership, rental vacancy and homeowner vacancy rates by state and MAs. Weekly series covering initial claims and coal production by state as well as raw steel production by area. Seasonally adjusted initial claims are calculated by Haver Analytics.


      Income by place of residence, derivation of disposable personal income, earnings by place of work and earnings by industry. Annual and quarterly data for states and regions; annual data for all metropolitan areas and counties. Data begin as early as 1929.


      Quarterly delinquency rates of 1- to 4-unit residential mortgage loans reported by the Mortgage Bankers Association. Also contains the number of mortgage delinquencies calculated by Haver Analytics. Data for the total U.S. and Census regions begin in 1972. Data for states and Census divisions begin in 1979.


      Contains monthly and quarterly bankruptcy filings by state, circuit court and district, and annual filings by county and MSA beginning in 1991. Bankruptcy filings are reported by chapter (7, 11, 12, 13) for business, non-business and total.


      Annual current and real Gross Domestic Product estimates for 50 states & 8 BEA regions for over 80 NAICS industries beginning in 1977. Compensation of employees, gross operating surplus, property-type income, subsidies and taxes on production and imports are also included. Current and real GDP for 363 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) are available beginning in 2001 for 61 NAICS industries.


      Annual current and real Gross Domestic Product estimates for 50 states & 8 BEA regions for over 80 NAICS industries beginning in 1977. Compensation of employees, gross operating surplus, property-type income, subsidies and taxes on production and imports are also included. Current and real GDP for 363 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) are available beginning in 2001 for 61 NAICS industries.


      Annual resident population by age, sex and race for 50 states and the 9 Census regions. Total population for MA's and number of housing units, household income and vital statistics by state and region. Projections are available for total resident population through 2030 for states. USPOPC contains county population by 5 year age groups and sex begins in 1970, and housing units.


      Monthly value and shipping weight of imports and exports passing through 443 ports and 46 customs districts. Data begin in Jan 1996 and cover shipments by vessel and by air as well as value by port by country.


      Quarterly state exports by industry by country starting in 1997 from WISER (the World Institute for Strategic Economic Research, formerly MISER) and the Census Bureau. Exports are reported in terms of value and weight by air, vessel or container for 31 NAICS industry groups and over 300 countries. Annual export data include series by world area.


      State and local government annual revenues by source and outlays by function from the Census. Includes timely quarterly tax revenues from the Rockefeller Institute of Government.


      Bank loan data by state provided annually back to 1966. Loans are shown by commercial and savings banks and by type/sector of the loan.


      Offers monthly price indexes by type of structure, by purchase price and by purchase date of prior sale for the US, states, counties and metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas. Purchase-price indexes are available for four different price categories relative to the median house price as well as for conforming and nonconforming loan segments.


      Contains daily percentage rates on the state of hourly work at US small businesses from Homebase, a scheduling and time tracking tool used by 100,000 businesses and their hourly employees. These rates compare each day to the median for that day of the week during the month of January 2020. Data are for the US by industry, and by state & MSA.