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Revisiting the Economic Database Search
Posted By rosannatorres On November 23, 2010 @ 6:21 am In Foreign Trade Data | No Comments
In one location, get the economic indicators. Currently, the Economic Indicator Database Search has for the Trade Balance, Manufacturing, Wholesale Trade, and Services with more indicators to come. This convenient and easy-to-use search allows you to quickly access data for modeling, trend analysis, or other research.
For more information, visit these blog posts at:
Random Samplings, "Easier access to economic data "
"Every month and every quarter, 132 times a year, the US Census Bureau publishes economic indicators  that report on the performance of the American economy. These reports cover nearly every sector – construction, international trade, manufacturing, retail trade, services, and wholesale trade.
Economic indicators are key inputs to the Gross Domestic Product estimates, prepared by our sister agency, the Bureau of Economic Analysis . These statistics also are important to monetary and budgetary decision makers, economists, business analysts, and economic researchers in assessing the health of the economy. And they are vital to corporate boardrooms looking for guidance on investment decisions or whether to expand."
Global Reach, "Search Key Economic Indicator Database "
The Economic Directorate of the U.S. Census Bureau is excited to provide a user-friendly searchable database of high-level historical and current Key Economic Indicators on the internet.
The database will be updated with the most currently released statistics within one hour of the official release.
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URL to article: http://globalreach.blogs.census.gov/2010/11/23/revisiting-the-economic-database-search/
URLs in this post:
 Easier access to economic data: http://blogs.census.gov/censusblog/2010/11/easier-access-to-economic-data.html
 economic indicators: http://www.census.gov/cgi-bin/briefroom/BriefRm
 Bureau of Economic Analysis: http://www.bea.gov/
 Search Key Economic Indicator Database: http://blogs.census.gov/globalreach/2010/10/search-key-economic-indicator-database-.html