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Trading Economics provides its members with a powerful web interface to export and analyse thousands of economic indicators.
Export historical data straight from the browser
Integrate our datatabase with your applications
Use highly interactive charts to compare up to 10 indicators
Access our datasets directly from Microsoft excel or open office
Access statistical software powered by our historical data
Access proprietary predictions for economic indicators and financial markets

EXPORT Historical Data To Excel

Easily export up to 100 years of historical data from our site and use it with Excel or other application.
Click here to view a sample list of indicators we have available.

Compare Multiple Indicators

Use highly interactive charts to compare up to 10 different indicators in the same chart across decades of historical data.

Rank 196 Countries Using 300.000 Indicators

Filter countries by region, sort by indicator value and export results into excel or other software.
You can also download two powerful tools to create reports and make a more advanced analysis.

Get Economic Forecasts Until 2030 Plus Short-Term Market Signals

Trading Economics forecasts are driven by our own analysts’ expectations and technically projected using an autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model. First, we model the past behaviour of a time series by using vast amounts of historical data. Then, we adjust the coefficients of the econometric model by taking into account, our own analyst’s assessments and future expectations. While we work hard to make our predictions accurate, please note that past performance of our forecast model is not necessarily indicative of future results. Moreover, please take into account that because countries publish their data releases in different dates and sometimes with significant delays we may have to project past data which has already some time but was not yet released by official sources. If you have any question please email us at



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