Nowadays, policymaking and economic analyses rely heavily on statistics and international comparisons. The demand for high-frequency, reliable but also easily accessible data is increasing. To respond to this demand, the OECD has created the Short-Term Indicators Dashboard, covering G20 countries and selected regional aggregates. It allows users to follow key macro-economic developments using interactive charts and tables.
The OECD has developed a new tool, the OECD Consumer Barometer that further exploits and visualises consumer confidence data. The indicator, expressed as the monthly growth rate of the normalised consumer confidence indicator (CCI), has been designed with a view to clarity and reactivity in our presentation of measures of consumer sentiment.
The OECD Composite Leading Indicators (CLIs) are designed to anticipate turning points and economic fluctuations relative to trend. Access the database and related methodology.
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This document describes the zone aggregation methodology for the eight indicators in the OECD Composite Leading Indicator (CLI) framework.
Composite Leading Indicators continue point to slowing growth in most major economies
Leading indicators continue to anticipate slowing growth in most major economies
Leading indicators continue to indicate slowing growth in most major economies
The Composite Leading Indicators (CLI) are subject to many questions. These FAQs are made to help you answering them.
What consumer sentiment choices say in times of crisis - Since March 2020, the devastating effects of COVID-19 have undeniably marked consumers’ behaviour and significantly affecting their professional and social lives. The OECD has developed a new tool, the OECD Consumer Barometer that exploits and visualises consumer confidence data.
Glossary of terms for OECD Composite Leading Indicators and Business & Consumer Tendency Surveys