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Our 250+ databases are continually growing to meet the needs of our clients. Here are some of our latest additions:

Contains detailed imports and exports for EU member countries, the EU and the euro area with the EU's top 70 trading partners. Values are reported according to the two-digit harmonized system (HS), which contains 99 commodity groups. Four-digit HS detail with 1260 commodity groups is available for the EU aggregate and 50 external trading partners. EUTRADE also contains extra-EU trade (outside the EU) for all EU countries by 9 modes of transportation: sea, rail, road, air, post, fixed mechanism, inland waterway, self-propulsion and unknown means. Monthly data from Eurostat begin as early as 1988.
The OECD's Trade in Value Added (TiVA) database is a collection of measures that can provide insight into global production networks and supply chains beyond what is possible with conventional trade statistics. These indicators provide value added by each country in the production of goods and services that are consumed worldwide. Six new databases organized by world region offer the TiVA principal indicators that track the origins of value added in exports, imports and final demand. These data cover 64 economies plus 18 aggregates. Forty-six indicators are available for 55 industries. The nearly 8 million annual series begin in 2005.
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. 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.
Contains global sector statistics on construction, chemicals, and semiconductors by country or world region. Detail includes quarterly construction costs by purpose for various cities, monthly chemical production and capacity by country, monthly worldwide semiconductor sales by world region, and monthly semiconductor trade detail by country for Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. 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.
Covers China's major sectors in depth and focuses on 15 sectors including agriculture, manufacturing, housing & construction, education, health, financial services and tourism. Data have been collected from China's National Bureau of Statistics and the People's Bank of China as well as from a number of regulatory and industry sources such as China Electricity Council, Banking Insurance Regulatory Commission, China Railway, China Iron and Steel Association and China Internet Network Information Center.
Contains the World Bank's Global Financial Development Database constructed as part of a financial system benchmarking exercise that was first published in the 2013 Global Financial Development Report. Data cover over 100 financial system characteristics for over 200 economies. These characteristics include measures of (i) size of financial institutions and markets (depth), (ii) degree to which individuals can and do use financial services (access), (iii) efficiency of financial intermediaries and markets in intermediating resources and facilitating financial transactions, and (iv) stability of markets and financial institutions. Annual values begin as early as 1960 and extend through 2016. Selected series end in 2017.
Provides detailed US trade data by country and commodity. Five and 6-digit NAICS commodity detail is available monthly beginning in 2002.
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.
Contains county level employment statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW). Employment is reported monthly while wages and the number of establishments are available quarterly. Values begin in 1990 for 12 NAICS industries, the private sector and principal government categories.
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.
Includes top analysts' forecasts of US and international interest rates, currency values and the factors that influence them. Each panelist's forecast is published along with the consensus (average) for each variable. There are also averages of the 10 highest and 10 lowest forecasts; a median forecast to eliminate the effects of extreme forecasts on the consensus; the number of forecasts raised, lowered, or left unchanged since the prior month; and a diffusion index that indicates shifts in sentiment that sometimes occur prior to changes in the consensus.
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.
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.
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.