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National Accounts Statistics database, maintained by the Economic Statistics Branch of the UN Statistics Division, contains analytical indicators and ratios derived from the main national accounts aggregates related to economic structure and development. It is the product of a global cooperation effort between the international statistical agencies and the national statistical services of more than 200 countries and is in accordance with the request of the Statistical Commission that the most recent available data on national accounts of as many countries and areas as possible be published and disseminated regularly.

On this page you can analyze the global GDP components, measured by expenditure and income approach, identify what drives economic growth globally and by country, explore countries' macroeconomic profiles

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Turkish Lira plunges to a record low against US dollar

Turkish Lira has been under pressure for the last few months due to weakening growth fundamentals and sharply rising inflation. The currency touched a record low in the wake of declining credibility of the CBRT as the central bank left the policy rate unchanged during its last meeting amid sharply rising inflation. This was in contrast with financial market’s expectations of a higher policy interest rate by the CBRT to contain inflation. The inaction of the central bank reinforced investors’ fears over the bank’s independence. Rising political risk has also compounded the currency’s woes amid the weak macroeconomic fundamentals. The US...

Indian Rupee (INR) plunges record low against U.S. dollar

The Indian Rupee (INR), which strengthened 6.75 percent against the U.S. dollar last year in 2017, has been on a general downtrend and volatile since the start of 2018 and plunges record low. External factors like rising oil prices, higher interest rates, U.S.-China trade war, emerging market currencies depreciation led by Turkish Lira which spurred demand for safe havens; a safe haven is an investment that is expected to retain or increase in value during times of market turbulence, lack of confidence of investors in emerging markets, are compounded currency woes. The Indian currency has been the worst performer in Asia and lost over 8%...

World GDP Ranking 2017 | GDP by country | Data and Charts

As per data from the World Bank, global GDP in current prices totaled around $75.5 trillion in 2016. In 2017, world GDP is forecasted to expand to $79.3 trillion according to IMF’s forecast. GDP ranking by country in 2017 presented on this page shows the extent to which different countries contribute to the world’s economy. Top 5 countries by GDP in 2017 are the United States, China, Japan, Germany, and France which are the largest economies in the world constituting more than a half of the Gross World Product (GWP). In the ranking by real GDP, the same countries hold the top spot. In 2017, United States is in the first position in the...

Venture Capital Investment and Its Role in the US Economy

Over the past 30 years, venture capital has become a dominant force in the financing of some of the most innovative American companies, from Google to Intel, FedEx to Microsoft. The companies supported by venture capital (VC) have had a profound impact on US economy in terms of job creation, new patents, and economic growth. VC funding has also had a powerful spillover effect, particularly in companies that use more patentable and more advanced technology inputs. According to one study, spillovers generated by VC-financed startups has seven time greater than those generated by corporate R&D of established companies. Spillovers are stronger...