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We are frequently updating GFD Finaeon in order to provide the best experience. These updates range from minor bug fixes to the implementation of new features. Part of ensuring our clients receive the best possible experience is our proactive approach to making them aware of these changes.
Global Financial Data has added 50 new Money Supply files. With these additions, the GFDatabase now includes data on the Money Supply from over 100 countries. You can find these files by going to GFD’s search engine and choosing Currency in Circulation, M1, M2 or M3...
GFD had minor release to our live site and data set on 5/17/2019. See below for details on the changes 1. GFD did our annual review and went back to the data published on central bank websites to compare the data published on their websites with the data in the...
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Dr. Bryan Taylor, Chief Economist, Global Financial Data Financial markets have evolved over time. The relationship between stocks and bonds differed in each of the eras that Global Financial Data has designated in the past: Mercantilism (1602-1800),...read more
GFD has calculated a global index of stocks that begins in 1602 and continues until the present. With this index, we can track the changes in global stock markets over the past 400 years, determine when bear markets occurred and study the causes of those bear markets....read more
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