Products: DLX Databases


Global Data

Haver’s global data offering is unparalleled in terms of coverage, quality and organization. We are the premier provider of time series data for the global strategy, research and quant communities. We deliver primary-sourced databases, a wealth of key survey and forecast data from our industry partners, and a robust offering of archive databases that drive machine learning for big data applications.

We continuously display up-to-the-minute data from over 2500 government and private sources via integration with Microsoft Office and all leading statistical packages through our DLX® software and platform-independent HaverViewTM site.

Precision is the cornerstone of our data offering. All data we deliver runs through robust quality processes overseen by highly experienced database managers who are specialists in the content they manage, develop and support.


  • Archive Databases from Haver’s Data Warehouse provide terabytes of time series and meta data.
  • The data are true snapshots of DLX databases unrevised from the point in time of update.
  • Monthly snapshots of primary sourced databases from 2000 or inception for the database by Haver.
  • Weekly snapshots from 2007 or point of inception for the database.


  • New academic module for Universities providing over 120,000 economic and financial time series for the U.S. and UK.
  • Key categories include National Account (GDP), Production, Labour Market, Inflation, Monetary/Fiscal Policy and International Trade.
  • High-frequency data covering financial variables and drivers of the real economy and key ESG environmental indicators.
  • Plus, time series from the IMF on 190+ countries to aid cross comparison.



Forecasts &
‘As Reported’ Data

Haver Analytics has several databases with macroeconomic forecasts. We also store historical data as reported at a certain date to allow comparisons with pre-revision data as well as changes in methodology and classifications.

Dun & Bradstreet Country Insights and Industry Risk (DNBCNTRY, DNBIND) *NEW*

The Dun & Bradstreet Industry Risk (DNBIND) and Country Insights (DNBCNTRY) databases offer comprehensive risk assessment solutions to support strategic business decisions. DNBIND utilizes a Multi-Dimensional Analysis (MDA) to evaluate 14 key risk factors, providing industry-specific risk assessments with a seven-band rating system (DB1-DB7), proactive trend monitoring, and insights for market entry, supplier selection, and strategic planning. DNBCNTRY covers 132 countries, offering Country Insight Reports and Snapshots that score and forecast risks across political, economic, and regulatory categories. This database supports cross-border decision-making by enabling businesses to anticipate market trends and navigate global risks efficiently through Haver’s user-friendly platform.

Blue Chip Economic And Financial Indicators (BLUECHPC, BLUECHIP, BLUECFIN)

Each month, annual forecasts for 15 key U.S. economic indicators are collected from more than 50 leading business economists and used to derive the Blue Chip consensus. A separate monthly survey includes top analysts’ forecasts of US and international interest rates, currency values and the factors that influence them. Economic forecasts cover GDP, the GDP price index, CPI, IP, disposable personal income, PCE, nonresidential fixed investment, corporate profits, the unemployment rate, interest rates, housing starts, vehicle sales and exports. The consensus (mean), median, min and max forecast and a diffusion index are reported as well as the forecasts from the individual panelists. Quarterly forecasts are reported for 12 key economic indicators. Annual forecasts for 5 key economic variables are reported for 15 countries and the Euro Area. Each individual monthly report is available as the data were reported going back to 1976.


Oxford Economics’ global macroeconomic city forecast databases cover cities in 164 countries using methodology consistent with the Oxford country and industry forecasts. Forecasts for GDP, the labor market, population, income, consumer spending and retail sales extend through 2035. A global city database offers annual forecasts for 900 cities in 164 countries. Forecasts for a larger set of cities and economic areas can be found in the European, Asian and North American focused databases. For example, the European database covers 1,929 cities or regions with annual forecasts. North American coverage is quarterly and includes U.S. states, metro areas and counties, and Canadian cities and provinces. Four different scenarios are also available quarterly for U.S. states and metro areas.

Institute of International Finance Forecasts (IIFDATA)

Contains annual forecasts for 41 countries through 2022 covering topics such as the domestic economy, trade & BOP, external financing, debt & assets, monetary policy, fiscal accounts & public debt and banking & financial markets. The IIF is a global association of financial institutions with nearly 500 members in 70 countries and provides analysis on emerging markets and other issues in global finance.

U.S. Economic Forecasts (MA4CAST, MA4CSTL)

S&P Global Market Intelligence, a two-time winner of the prestigious Annual Blue Chip Economic Forecasting Award, provides macroeconomic forecasts using their widely acclaimed U.S. Macro model. Over 1,200 quarterly short-term forecasts of the U.S. economy are provided. Monthly GDP is also calculated. Data include history plus two years of quarterly forecasts and are updated on a monthly basis, within a few days of the NIPA releases. Annual long-term forecasts provide ten years of annual forecasts updated on a quarterly basis. Historical data are provided to S&P by Haver Analytics.

EIU Access China (EIUCHINA)

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Access China data set provides comprehensive history and forecasts on the economy, industries and business environment for China’s 31 provinces and 292 largest cities. History begins as early as 1952 and forecasts extend out to 2030 for many series. Covers output, income, wholesale and retail trade, foreign trade and investment, bank loans and deposits, household ownership of products, budget revenue and expenditure, construction, industrial production, energy, employment, wages, education and population.


The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Market Indicators and Forecasts provides forecast data on market size and growth potential for 60 key economies. They contain considerable detail at the industry and sector level on consumer markets and income, infrastructure, competitiveness, credit risks, business operations risks, and indicators on politics, institutions and regulations. They also include the Economist’s Big Mac indexes. The databases are organized by world region and contain forecasts of up to five years. Data are annual starting in 1990 and are updated each week.

GLOBAL Macroeconomic & Industry Forecasts (OEFQMACR, OEFAMACR, OEFQIND)

Oxford Economics’ global macroeconomic databases cover over 200 countries and aggregates with thirty-year quarterly and annual forecasts. Concepts include interest rates, stock markets, money supply, public finance, national accounts, prices, production, unemployment, and BOP. Databases are updated monthly beginning as early as 1980 and annual data beginning as early as 1960. The global industry database covers 80 countries and regions with 30-year quarterly and annual forecasts for up to 85 industries for output (value-added). OE’s global macroeconomic and industry models are fully integrated. Oxford and Macroeconomic Advisors share information in their forecasting processes & hold joint conferences for their mutual clients.


Provides regular commercial property market forecasts for key office, retail and warehouse (logistics) markets from Property Market Analysis (PMA). The PMA databases offer annual forecasts, updated semiannually, for U.S., European and Asian cities with 5 year forecasts covering prime & real rents, prime net yields, capital growth and values as well as stocks and vacancies. Economic forecasts are also available for GDP, retail spending, inflation and 10-year govt bond yields. Established in 1982, PMA is one of the largest independent property research consultancies.


The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Country Data provides over 320 macroeconomic data series covering national accounts, labor markets, production, fiscal and monetary indicators, prices, trade, debt and foreign payments. Much of the historical data are provided to the EIU by Haver Analytics. Prices, consumption, production, and stocks are also available for 40 globally traded commodities. Databases are organized by world region and cover over 200 countries and 40 regional aggregates. Annual data begin in 1980 and contain forecasts of up to five years. Monthly and quarterly data begin in 1993 and are available for a selected set of concepts and countries. Databases are updated each week.

Historical Economic Forecasts (AS4CAST)

Forecasts for key U.S. economic indicators for the next 4 quarters and the next 2 years compiled as part of a joint project of the American Statistical Association and the NBER. It is now known as the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia/ASA/NBER’s Survey of Professional Forecasters. Historical forecasts begin in the fourth quarter of 1968. Also includes as reported forecasts from the National Association for Business Economists (NABE) Outlook Survey NABE Outlook beginning in 2002.

Economic Survey Forecasts (SURVEYS)

Outlook for future economic conditions from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s Livingston Survey of Economists Forecasts, the ASA/NBER Survey of Professional Forecasters and the FOMC’s Economic Projections.


Contains consensus economic and financial forecast databases from FocusEconomics for over 110 countries and 33 commodities. Annual forecasts with a 5-year horizon are updated each month for over 25 concepts. Total number of respondents, individual panelist forecasts and median, maximum, and minimum values for the most important indicators are included. Quarterly forecasts are available for select countries and indicators. The historical databases offer monthly “as reported” forecasts for 12 economic indicators. FocusEconomics began their forecasts with Latin America and provide historical forecasts back to 2002. Historical forecasts for Asia begin in 2005, Eastern Europe in 2006, Major Economies in 2010, and the Middle East and Africa in 2015. Commodity forecasts also begin in 2015.

As Reported U.S. Gross Domestic Product (ASREPGDP)

This database contains real and nominal series from the main BEA GDP summary table as they appeared each month beginning in July 1978. Key source data and assumption series are also available as reported beginning in July 2001.

Action Economics Forecast Medians & As First Reported Data (AS1REPNA)

As first released (unrevised) data and forecast survey medians of major macroeconomic indicators for the U.S. and Canada from Action Economics. The forecast median, mean, standard deviation, low, high, and number of survey participants are included beginning in Dec 2003. As-reported data extend further back. Dates and times of release extend out 1 year. Updated each Friday, Action’s surveys help gauge consensus thinking in financial markets.

FX4casts Consensus (FX4CASTS, FX4CE)

Consensus economic and financial forecasts for global currencies, interest rates and economic indicators from FX4casts. FX4CASTS provides forecasts with actual historical values, while FX4CE presents “as-reported” forecasts. Includes 1, 3, 6, 12 & 24-month forecasts for 32 major currencies updated weekly and monthly, and for 43 minor currencies. Monthly confidence intervals, forward rates and interest rate forecasts are also provided. Also includes annual forecasts updated monthly for inflation, real GDP, and the current account. Forecasts are based on responses from contributors in 45 authoritative financial organizations located worldwide. Subscription includes FX4casts’ monthly issues & weekly updates with forecasts and forward-looking analysis for 32 countries.

MMS Survey Medians & As First Reported Data (MMSAMER, MMSEUR, MMSASIA)

Consensus data (forecast survey medians) and as first released (unrevised) actuals of major macroeconomic indicators for the U.S., Canada, the euro area, 20 European countries, Japan, Australia and several Asian countries from Informa Global Markets. Series are also available with the date and time of each release. Updated daily, MMS’s weekly surveys are used to help predict, identify and confirm fundamental movements in the markets.

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