World Bank Data Added to GFDatabase

Global Financial Data is proud to announce the addition of almost 40,000 files that our subscribers can now access.  The source of the data is the World Bank, which has made their data archives available to all users.  These files cover every country in the world, and a wealth of topics from the environment to the economy.  All the data files are annual with some providing data back to 1960.

Global Financial Data has gone through these series and chosen the ones that would be most useful to our subscribers.  The focus has been on choosing series that provide long-term data and supplement the 20,000 series in the original GFDatabase and the 45,000 series we provide from Eurostat.  Between these three databases, subscribers now have access to over 100,000 data series that cover the world.

Included in the series GFD has chosen are new series providing data on Gross Domestic Product, Exports and Imports, Debt, Education, Technology, the Environment, Health Care, Trade Barriers, Infrastructure, Defense and Income Distribution.  In addition to these areas, we have expanded coverage of topics traditionally covered by the GFDatabase including Interest Rates, Price Indices, the Stock Market, Monetary Aggregates, Population, and Exchange Rates.

To highlight the World Bank Data, we provide a separate tab in our Search Engine so you can find topics that will help you to do your research.  If you would like, we would be happy to send you an Excel file with information on the series that have been added.

Global Financial Data plans to provide a new release of data each month to its subscribers to the GFDatabase, US Stock Database and UK Stock Database.  We will provide updates on these releases both through our blog and through e-mails.  If you have any questions about these releases, please feel free to contact your sales representative.

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