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Global Macro Data
Formerly Known As The GFDatabase
Access over 100,000 core data files to analyze economic and financial trends from every country in the world.
This Macroversal DatabaseTM extends further than any other source.
GFD provides solutions for those seeking macro level financial data covering a multitude of asset classes for the United States, the United Kingdom and the world. In addition to its proprietary indices and data extensions, GFD provides access to the core economic and market data that analysts rely upon for day-to-day trading decisions. We provide daily market data that reflects these changes so traders can analyze market-driven variables.
Our core data becomes alternative data due it’s unparalleled history. GFD goes beyond what other data providers offer by adding decades and even centuries of data extensions to its core data. Customers use GFD not only for our alternative historical data but for our core data which enable users to study economic and data trends from every country in the world.
In addition to our vast collection proprietary data sets, we offer data compiled from Eurostat, the World Bank, the Federal Reserve and other government sources. Global Financial Data distinguishes itself from other data providers in extending these core data series further back than any other source.
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The stock market declined 3% on August 14, 2019 because of the prospect that the yield curve was close to inverting between the 2-year note and the 10-year bond. Historically, when the yield on the 10-year bond has dipped below the yield on the 2-year bond, the...read more
Bear markets are clearly defined: a decline of 20% or more in an equity market constitutes a bear market. By this definition, the United States had 18 bear markets in the 1900s. But what is a bull market? Global Financial Data (GFD) has supplemented the definition...read more
During the 1800s, the transport and finance sectors represented the majority of the stock market capitalization in the United Kingdom. As Figure 1 shows, in 1800, finance represented about 90% of stock market capitalization. This fell to around 60% in 1807 when data...read more