Your Overview of Data AdditionsA quick run-through of the highlights for the last two weeks of additions
Expanding coverage of BIS databases
One of our most eagerly anticipated additions is part of an ongoing effort to offer the complete collection of Bank of International Settlements (BIS) databases. Most recently, additions were made to the Credit-to-non-financial sectors database, an example of which you’ll see in the chart below. To explore this and other BIS data, click on the link provided in the list at the end of this post.
EBA Risk Dashboard & key risk indicators
From the European Banking Authority (EBA) we bring you the Risk Dashboard and key risk indicators. The Risk Dashboard summarizes the main risks and vulnerabilities in the banking sector in the European Union. The data is produced by evaluating the evolution of risk indicators from a sample of banks in the EU.
What else is new?
As usual, other additions to the database include more detailed coverage across emerging and developed markets, for economic and financial indicators. From Monetary statistics for Azerbaijan and business and consumer confidence indices for Israel, to loans to non-financial corporations in Ireland, and demand for business credit in Brazil.
Data by country
BrazilSerasa Experian Demand for Business Credit
ChileFinancial System Deposits
IndonesiaValue of Non-Oil and Gas Imports by Commodity
IrelandPrivate Sector Credit & Deposits
IsraelBusiness Confidence Index
Consumer Confidence Index
JapanBOJ Monetary Policy Meetings
MacaoOvernight and Same-Day Visitors by Country
MalaysiaDeposits by Type
New ZealandANZ Inflation Gauge
PeruConsumer Confidence Index
PhilippinesUniversal and Commercial Banks' Deposits
Puerto RicoGross National Product
Gross Public Debt
SpainTourist Movements on Borders
SwedenFinancial Soundness Indicators by IMF
TurkeyForeign Direct Investment
U.K.Quarterly Stamp Duty Statistics
Regional/GlobalBIS: Credit to GDP
EBA: Risk Dashboard & Key Risk Indicators
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