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2017-03-22Data

Your Overview of Data Additions

China’s economic indicator targets, Airbus exports, poll data for the Turkish referendum, and the PISA Global Education Survey

We’ve added a lot of data for smaller economies in the last few weeks, but in this post, we’re going to highlight additions for some of our larger economies. We’ll also be taking a look at an OECD addition, the PISA Global Education Survey. To see the full list of data, with links to the application, scroll to the end of the page.


China: NDRC targets for economic indicators

We’ve added targets for economic indicators defined by the National Development and Reform Commission in China. The commission meets annually to define targets for the year, which we’ve added for the following indicators:

  • GDP growth
  • M2 money supply
  • Per capita energy consumption
  • Social Financing
  • Urban new employment
  • Urban registered unemployment

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France: Airbus Exports

The name says it all in the case of this addition. The data was sourced from the French customs office and covers the value and number of Airbus sold per month. In the chart below we’re looking at a simple arithmetic calculation of the average value per Airbus sold, between 2004 and 2017, using these two time-series. As a bonus, when you click on the chart to open the document in Macrobond, you’ll find an extra chart showing the use of the slice functionality.


Macrobond chart

Turkey: Poll Data for the Constitutional Referendum

You can now keep track of the polls regarding the constitutional referendum in Turkey, to be held on the 16th of April, 2017. The question at hand is whether or not to grant the president of Turkey, Erdogan, sole executive, legislative and judiciary power over the country. At this point, there is less than a month to go, with 12% of those polled still undecided. As you’ll see in the chart below, the latest data shows that the Nos are leading for now, but by a tight margin of 48,6% to 45.5%.


Macrobond chart

OECD: PISA Global Education Survey

The PISA survey is conducted every three years. The survey provides an overview of the performance of students in different countries as a measure of the efficacy of the education system of each country. In the most recent results (released in December 2016) Singapore took the lead. The chart below shows the scores in science for the top 27 countries, as well as the score change since 2006.


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Data additions by country/region

Albania

Banking Ratios of Banking System
Economic Sentiment Index
National Account Change in Inventories & Statistical Discrepancy
Non-Performing Loans
Foreign Trade
Total Retail Sales

Algeria

Balance Sheet of Central Bank
Discount Rate
Domestic Credit

Armenia

Retained Earnings/Loss

Azerbaijan

Retail Trade

Burundi

CPI

China

Economic Indicators for Target Growths

Denmark

Ejendomstorvet - Danish Association of Commercial Estate Agents, Real Estate Stocks Data

Djibouti

Monetary Aggregates

France

Exportation of Airbus

Georgia

External Debt
FDI by sector
Foreign Trade by Country
International Reserves
Nominal Wage Growth

Greece

HCPI

Hong Kong

Population Projections

Japan

Economy Watchers Survey, Seasonally Adjusted Data

Kazakhstan

Interest Rates of Banks on Extended Loans

Netherlands

Harmonised CPI
Net Migration

Philippines

Employment by Region

Russia

Population Savings

Seychelles

International Reserves

Singapore

Import & Export of Services

Spain

HCPI Detailed Data
Tourists with Main Destination the Balearic Islands

Swaziland

Policy Rates

Turkey

Constitutional Referendum Opinion Polls

World

BIS

Locational Banking Statistics – by source
Locational Banking Statistics – by country
Locational Banking Statistics – by concept

OECD

PISA Global Education Survey

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