Your Overview of Data AdditionsTaking a look at the Middle East, & more BIS additions
The freshest data for emerging markets
When it comes to developing our coverage of the Middle East, and for all emerging markets really, we believe in providing a solid foundation of data from national sources. It’s not the simplest way to cover these regions, given the variety of different formats that need to be dealt with. But, the ease of using international sources can’t beat the immediacy of data from local sources. With national sources, you get the latest statistics as soon as they are available, rather than having to wait for the once-monthly, or -quarterly, update made by the international sources.
This week we’ve added a variety of data from national sources for countries in the Middle East. Below you’ll see some chart examples for the banking sector as well as foreign trade.
More indicators from the BIS database
We continue to increase our coverage of BIS consolidated banking statistics. Our aim is to provide complete coverage of this database by mid-2017. You’ll find links to the latest additions at the end of the list below.
Data additions by country/region
BrazilConjuncture Survey Manufacturing Average Real Wage
CroatiaLabor Productivity Index in Industry
EgyptProduction Age Population
IFOP Political Data
GermanyBulweinGesa AG New & Existing Residential Rents
Hong KongCenta-City Index
Positions in Forwards & Futures
IrelandBusiness Credit to SMEs Interest Rates
KazakhstanState Government Budget
KuwaitBalance Sheet & Flows of Central Bank
MexicoSavings Deposit Rate
New ZealandMortgage Lending Rates by Bank
SwedenForeign Trade Volume Trends – Export
Foreign Trade Volume Trends - Import
SwitzerlandYouth Unemployment Rate
U.K.Foreign Finance Gilts Turnover
U.S.ALFRED Corporate Bonds
BISConsolidated Banking Statistics B2
Consolidated Banking Statistics B4
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