Banking Data Atlas

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Data Share Description:

Banking Data Atlas

Data Share Frequency: Daily
Data Share Category: Financial
Data Share Type: Open
Data Share Date Added: January 1, 2021
Data Share Status: ACTIVE
Data Share Email Contact: info@knoema.com
Data Share Usage Example Q1: What is the total household debt balance in the US over time?
Data Share Usage Example SQL1 Last Tested: January 1, 1970

Data Share Overview:

The Banking Data Atlas offers a wide range of datasets on the banking sector in different countries to track the latest industry trends, assess financial risks, and make projections. Data from countries’ central banks and international organizations span such topics as balance sheets of commercial and central banks, interest rates, monetary policy, and money supply. In this collection, you will find up-to-date information on deposits and loans, outstanding debt, non-performing loans, currency in circulation, and more. Topics covered: – Bank balance sheets – Money supply – Payments statistics – E-banking – Interest rates – Financial access – Monetary policy – Mortgage lending Datasets include: – BIS Consolidated Banking Statistics – BIS Locational Banking Statistics – IMF Financial Access Survey – New York FED Household Debt and Credit Report – FED Consumer Credit Outstanding – 190+ others Please see reference table BANKING.DATASETS that includes the list of all tables/datasets included in this listing, with key details on each table/dataset including name, source, frequency of refresh, source, documentation on data, etc. Fields include: – Central bank policy rates – Loans and deposits outstanding – Currency in circulation – Non-performing loans – Households debt outstanding Sources include the European Central Bank (ECB), US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Deutsche Bundesbank, Bank of England, Bank for International Settlements (BIS), Federal Reserve Bank of New York, International Monetary Fund (IMF), U.S. Federal Reserve (FED). Datasets are updated within 1-7 days of the most recent data being made available by the underlying reporter. More detail on each of the datasets, fields and sources included in the share can be found at the link in our documentation. Use cases – Estimating health of the banking system – Assessing financial risks – Forecasting demand for loans

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