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The European System of Central Banks (ESCB) releases its statistics and related methodologies via the websites of the European Central Bank and the national central banks. The purpose of ECB statistics is to provide all the statistics required in the tasks of the ESCB and of the European Systemic Risk Board.
The ESCB subscribes to a policy of free access and free reuse regarding its publicly released statistics, irrespective of any subsequent commercial or non-commercial use. ECB statistics can be downloaded from the Statistical Data Warehouse. The statistical activities of the ESCB are based on the ECB’s medium-term work programme and follow the agreed Public commitment on European Statistics by the ESCB.
The ESCB statistical function and the European Statistical System (ESS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen cooperation in areas of shared responsibility or common interest.
View statistics data from the ECB’s Statistical Data Warehouse on your tablet at any time.
Available predefined data baskets:
A data explorer allows browsing by economic category.
Statistics can be viewed in tables, charts and maps, saved in specific data selections, or exported and shared in various formats.
Available on iPads and Android tablets.
For queries on the ECBstatsApp, please contact the ECB's statistics hotline.
The ECB Statistics Bulletin contains about 80 pages of tables and charts detailing the current economic situation in the euro area, the EU, EU Member States and major partner countries. It is updated online as soon as any of its component data is updated in the ECB’s Statistical Data Warehouse (SDW). Each page is accompanied by the corresponding selection screen from the SDW in order to facilitate downloading of full time series and further analysis.
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“Our statistics” can be accessed by clicking on the logo above or this link: www.euro-area-statistics.org
This new website aims to facilitate the comparison and reuse of core euro area and national statistics.
All euro area and national statistics are available from the ECB’s Statistical Data Warehouse.