According to a report by OECD, the government of nations under OECD should realize that their youth may have to face long run unemployment. The job prospects in these countries remain grim and worst in case of youth employment. High degree of dropouts from schools in countries like Spain may cause increase in number of …
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- Market dwindles with the increase in US’ debt ceiling January 1, 2013If the US falls off the so-called “fiscal cliff,” then the investors are anticipating stock market plunge in the state. The situation may further complicate if the White House is unable to knock a deal to increase the nation’s debt ceiling. However, the threat of default increases if the debt ceiling is not raised, and … Continue reading » […]
- Why is ‘GREXIT’ such a terror for financial world? May 28, 2012If Greece returns to the drachma there is a real risk that trade will break down. How will companies be treated? What happens to contracts that Greek companies made? Will they be honored in original form or also be subject to being redenominated? Can Greek companies afford the contracts after introduction of the drachma? This … Continue reading » […]
- Why Greece’s exit from EU is the end game? May 20, 2012Past 40 years has been a period of unprecedented economic growth. Humankind has probably never seen such a growth in entire history. Stock markets rising, banks lending at low interest rates, companies making big profits and general public having easy access to money to buy luxury cars, posh homes, holidays in exotic places around the … Continue reading » […]
- Greenspan says equity stimulus is driving economy ..no sir, markets are not economy!! May 2, 2012It seems Alan Greenspan, former chairman of Federal Reserve, is speaking ‘Bernankian’ language these days which precisely means ‘Fed is always right’. Here are few important things he said in an interview on Bloomberg: Fed rates didn’t cause housing bubble Stocks are CHEAP Equity stimulus is driving economy Equity stimulus is underestimated Housing markets a […]
- European Economic summary for 22nd March 2012 March 22, 2012Eurozone PMI Composite 48.7 – lower than expected. Consensus 49.6. Previous 49.3. Eurozone PMI Manufacturing 47.7 – lower than expected. Consensus 49.5. Previous 49.0. Eurozone PMI Services 48.7 – lower than expected. Consensus 49.2. Previous 48.8. Eurozone Industrial Orders s.a. -2.3% m/m – lower than expected. Consensus -2.2% m/m. Previous 1.9% m/m. Revise […]
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- Ratings and Outlook of European countries by three major rating agencies March 10, 2012Let us see where these countries stand as per their ratings by rating agencies and find out who would go burst in which order. It seems Germany is the only country for which all the three rating agencies unilaterally agree on stable outlook. UK, Netherland and Austria are in stable zone. But look at the … Continue reading » […]
Economic Data Sources
Here is a list of free economic and financial data. The list contains data released from private bodies as well as Government sources. We will keep on updating the list as we get new data sources.
1. EconomagicContains data on US, Japanese, Australian, ECB, Libor data in various currencies.
4.OffstatsContains link to many statistical data around the world.
7. The TreasuryAnother source of UK economic data and Tools about latest economic indicators.
10. OECDData on national Accounts, Finance, Agriculture, Development, International Trade, Labour, Prices, Public Management and Short-term Economic Statistics of OECD nations and more.
11. IMFFor data according to the countries click above link. There are many other ways in which you can access the data on main IMF website.
12. IMF PublicationsVery important publications are the World Economic Outlook,Global Financial Stability Report and Annual Report.
FUN, Interactive and knowledgeable
19. Index Mundi
21. UK House PricesThis gives quarterly movements in national house prices since 1952.
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