Latest data from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), international organisation whose goal is to shape policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all.
This OECD dataset includes key monthly indicators in growth rates and levels covering a wide range of areas such as quarterly national accounts, business surveys, industrial production, car registrations (transport), construction, consumer and producer prices, total employment, unemployment rates, interest rates, monetary aggregates and domestic finance, foreign finance, retail and foreign trade, exchange rates and balance of payments.
This dataset includes OECD's Amplitude adjusted and normalised Composite Leading Indicators. The composite leading indicator (CLI) is designed to provide early signals of turning points in business cycles showing fluctuation of the economic activity around its long term potential level. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is used as the reference for identification of turning points in the growth cycle for all countries, except for China for which the OECD relies on the value added of industry at 1995 prices. The components of the CLI are time series which exhibit leading relationship with the reference series (GDP) at turning points.
A CLI reading above (below) 100 is always an indication that anticipates levels of GDP above (below) long-term trend. Month-on-month increases (decreases) in the CLI generally imply an acceleration (deceleration) in anticipated GDP growth, above (below) long-term GDP growth. The monthly level of the CLI does not provide a quantifiable measure of GDP growth. The further the CLI reading from 100, the greater the degree of confidence (strength) can be attached to the CLI signal, and in particular whether GDP is expected to be above or below long-term trend.
This OECD dataset includes key quarterly indicators in growth rates and levels covering a wide range of areas such as quarterly national accounts, business surveys, industrial production, car registrations (transport), construction, consumer and producer prices, total employment, unemployment rates, interest rates, monetary aggregates and domestic finance, foreign finance, retail and foreign trade, exchange rates and balance of payments.
This dataset contains China's quarterly gross domestic product (GDP). It is disaggregated in the expenditure approach and output approach. On the expenditure side, the following variables are observed: growth rate based on seasonally adjusted volume data (base year is 2015) and GDP in millions of yuan both at current prices and at constant prices. On the product side, we have the GDP in millions of yuan, both at market prices and at constant prices.
This OECD Dataset includes the Composite Leading Indicator (CLI) that are designed to provide early signals of turning points between expansions and slowdowns of economic activity. CLIs are calculated for 33 OECD countries (Iceland is not included), 6 non-member economies, and 8 zone aggregates. since 1981.
A subset of OECD Main Economic Indicators (MEI) database, the International Trade dataset includes statistics on international trade: exports, imports, balance, and world trade statistics. Data are measured in United States dollars (USD) and are available from 1955 onwards.
OECD Balance of payments statistics are included in this dataset, further divided into their respective components: current account, capital, and financial account and errors and omissions. Data are expressed in US Dollars and are recorded from 1960.
OECD Financial Indicators dataset contains the financial statistics on monetary aggregates, interest rates, exchange rates, government reserve assets and share prices. Data are generally available monthly and are presented as a level or an index from 1950 onwards.
This dataset includes the population with tertiary education, that is defined as those having completed the highest level of education, by age group. This includes both theoretical programmes leading to advanced research or high skill professions such as medicine and more vocational programmes leading to the labour market. The measure is percentage of same age population.
This OECD dataset covers indicators for business tendency and consumer opinion surveys used in the calculation of leading indicators. Indicators cover manufacturing, construction, retail trade, and services. This includes business confidence indicators for each sector. The consumer opinion survey indicators include indicators on consumer confidence, expected economic situation, and price expectations. Data are expressed as a percentage of net balances, seasonally adjusted, or as an index (2010 = 100). Data are available from the 1950s onwards.
This dataset shows China Consumer Prices Index. Also, it includes Consumer Prices for total Food Including restaurants. All data is shown monthly and yearly not seasonally adjusted.
Year base 2015=100,