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Latin Macro Watch Full Database – Annual (+Metadata)


CODE: IDB-DB-117
AUTHOR(s): Caballero, Julian , Mendoza, Susana
PUBLISHED: March 2015
LANGUAGE: English
RELATED TOPICS: Macroeconomics
DOWNLOAD DATASET IN: English

Abstract:

The Latin Macro Watch (LMW) is a macroeconomic and financial database that offers indicators on economic activity, fiscal and external accounts, financial markets, and forecasts. Historical data at monthly, quarterly, and annual frequencies is available starting in 1990 and covers the 26 borrowing members of the Inter-American Development Bank. Users can either view Country Profiles with key macroeconomic indicators or Download Data for analysis.

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