The SBE welcomes the views of its members on their favourite economic websites. If you would like to contribute to this list, please use the simple form to your right to provide the link to the website(s) and the reasons for your choice(s)
Is the site of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. Their regular quarterly economic outlook could be very useful for anyone involved in this region. In addition, they produce excellent country briefs, mainly on Far Eastern economies, but occasionally on some others too. David Ashby.
This site provides regular updates on the mood of the UK consumer containing details of the latest GfK NOP UK consumer confidence survey undertaken for The European Commission together with the quarterly UK Financial activity survey that monitors consumers expected savings, investment and borrowing activity in the next 6 months.
Is the web-site of the International Monetary Fund. It provides detailed data and information on all countries, including many IMF ‘letters of intent’ with emerging countries.
Is the site of the World Bank. Again, data and information on countries is available.
Is the site for the OECD, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. It contains data, information and analysis for the major industrial nations.
Is the site of the US Federal Reserve. Excellent research can also be obtained from the regional Federal Reserve banks, which can be accessed via the this site.
Is the English site of the European Central Bank. Individual European central banks also publish a wide range of research.
Is the site of the Bank for international settlements. Based in Basle this is the bank for central banks. It provides data and research on many topics in the financial markets.