European Union Economic Statistics

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European Union Economic Statistics

Rates    Date Change
Deposit Facility Rate 0.00 Jul 11, 2012 -25.00 bps
EURIBOR Yield Curve     Dec 11, 2012  
Euro Over Night Index Average 0.069 Dec 10, 2012 -0.30 bps
Yield Curve     May 2, 2013  
LIBOR Yield Curve     Mar 21, 2013  
Marginal Lending Rate 1.50 Jul 11, 2012 -25.00 bps
Minimum Bid Rate 0.75 Jul 11, 2012 -25.00 bps
Employment    Date Change
Annual Labour Cost Index 1.20 Q3 2014
Quarterly Employment (Change) 0.25 Q2 2014
Unemployment Rate 11.55 Nov 2014 +0.02 
GDP    Date Change
Annual Gross Domestic Product (Change) 0.67 Q2 2014
Debt to GDP 63.2 Jan 2013 +0.80 %
Gross Domestic Product 2,141.85 Q2 2014 +0.03 %
Business    Date Change
Monthly Industrial Production (Change) -1.76 Aug 2014
Monthly Retail Trade (Change) 1.24 Aug 2014
Indices    Date Change
Annual Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices(Change) -0.20 Dec 2014
Annual Producer Price Index (Change) -1.37 Aug 2014
Consumer Price Index 117.69 Dec 2014 -0.09 %
ECB Effective Exchange Rate 100.48 May 3, 2013 -0.41 %
Producer Price Index 106.78 Aug 2014 -0.13 %
Quarterly Labour Cost Index (Change) 0.00 Q4
International    Date Change
Current Account 21,197.00 Dec 2013 -12.15 %
Trade Balance 13.70 Dec 2013 -14.47 %
Stocks    Date Change
Austria ATX Index 2,141.00 Jan 15, 2015 +0.89 %
Brussels Bel-20 Share Index 3,318.75 Jan 15, 2015 +1.37 %
DJ Euro Stoxx50 Euro Price 3,157.36 Jan 15, 2015 +2.19 %
France CAC-40 Index 4,675.13 Jan 26, 2015 +0.74 %
FTSE MIB Index 18,845.00 Jan 15, 2015 +2.36 %
Germany DAX Index 10,032.61 Jan 15, 2015 +2.20 %
Madrid General Index 1,008.30 Jan 15, 2015 +1.33 %
Netherlands AEX General Index 425.32 Jan 15, 2015 +1.67 %
NODOW - DJ NORWAY STOCK INDEX 383.98 Jan 15, 2015 +0.97 %
OMX Stokholm 30 Index 1,457.36 Jan 15, 2015 +1.57 %
Stockholm Affarsvarlden 192.82 Mar 31, 2009 +2.54 %
The European Union (EU) ranks close to the United States as one of the largest economies in the world. Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy and Spain are the five prominent EU countries with the largest national economies. The EU was originally formed as a regional economic agreement among six countries: Germany, Luxembourg, France, Belgium, Italy and Netherlands. Over time, the EU has evolved to include 27 member states with more tightly integrated economies due to various initiatives to co-ordinate activities between member states.
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