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GFD’s coverage of commodities is unmatched in its breadth and depth with data on gold and silver beginning in the 1200s and on oil prices in the 1850s. GFD provides daily prices on many commodities back to the 1870s and monthly prices on dozens of others. No other source can provide the level of historical depth on commodity prices. With such robust commodity content you will identify new patterns in energy, agricultural and non-agricultural commodities over the past millennium.
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In 1252, Florence and Genoa began issuing gold coins and merchants began recording exchange rates between different Italian cities. Today, there are over 100 currencies in the world and GFD provides daily data on markets beginning in the 1920s. GFD Finaeon allows you to convert economic and financial data into hundreds of other currencies. This valuable alternative data supports unique insight of the global economy using historical exchange rates only provided by Global Financial Data. Monthly exchange rate data begins in 1590 and daily exchange rates are provided for most currencies back to the 1920s. Daily data for the British Pound starts in 1861.
Venice issued the first government bonds in 1285 to fund its wars with other Italian states. Naples and Genoa soon issued their own debt and GFD has collected bond data from all three cities to provide bond yields from the Middle Ages to the globalization of the twenty-first century. GFD provides a complete picture of how yields on bonds have evolved over time, and how money market rates have changed during the 1800s and 1900s. GFD provides a rich, detailed history of interest rate yields with extensive private and public sector data on Interbank Rates, Swap Rates, Deposit Rates, Lending Rates, Treasury-Bill Yields, and Long-Term Government Bond Yields.
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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