BIS

Statistics from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), whose role is to foster international monetary and financial stability.

    • Source: BIS
    • Daily information beginning in 1946 of Central bank policy rates, collected by the Bank for International Settlements. Unit is in Percent Per Year. Long-term Dataset with information for 38 countries and regions.
    Variables: Argentina, Australia, Brazil... and 91 more
    • Source: BIS
    • This dataset includes the statistics that track developments in residential property prices across the world in real prices. The selected residential property prices are harmonised as much as possible with recommendations in the Handbook on residential property prices, an internationally agreed framework for classifying property price issues.
    Variables: Advanced economies, Australia, Austria... and 183 more
    • Source: BIS
    • This dataset includes the statistics that track developments in residential property prices across the world in nominal prices. The selected residential property prices are harmonised as much as possible with recommendations in the Handbook on residential property prices, an internationally agreed framework for classifying property price issues.
    Variables: Advanced economies, Australia, Austria... and 183 more
    • Source: BIS
    • The BIS effective exchange rate (EER) indices cover 60 economies, including individual euro area countries and, separately, the euro area as an entity. The most recent weights are based on trade in the 2014-16 period, with 2010 as the indices' base year. Nominal EERs are calculated as geometric weighted averages of bilateral exchange rates. Real EERs are the same weighted averages of bilateral exchange rates adjusted by relative consumer prices. The weighting pattern is time-varying (see broad and narrow weights). The EER indices are available as monthly averages. An increase in the index indicates an appreciation. Broad indices comprise 60 economies. Narrow indices comprise 26 and 27 economies for the nominal and real indices, respectively. The BIS uses, whenever possible, the published USD exchange rates and consumer prices as input to the EER estimates.
    Variables: Australia, Austria, Belgium... and 23 more
    • Source: BIS
    • The BIS effective exchange rate (EER) indices cover 60 economies, including individual euro area countries and, separately, the euro area as an entity. The most recent weights are based on trade in the 2014-16 period, with 2010 as the indices' base year. Nominal EERs are calculated as geometric weighted averages of bilateral exchange rates. Real EERs are the same weighted averages of bilateral exchange rates adjusted by relative consumer prices. The weighting pattern is time-varying (see broad and narrow weights). The EER indices are available as monthly averages. An increase in the index indicates an appreciation. Broad indices comprise 60 economies. Narrow indices comprise 26 and 27 economies for the nominal and real indices, respectively. The BIS uses, whenever possible, the published USD exchange rates and consumer prices as input to the EER estimates.
    Variables: Algeria, Argentina, Australia... and 57 more

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