- The EUI Library provides access to the major international financial databases indexed below
- For support, write to [email protected]
Amadeus - European company data (Bureau van Dijk / Moody's Analytics)
Amadeus is a database of comparable financial and business information on Europe's largest 560,000 public and private companies by total assets. 43 countries are covered. Amadeus is published by Bureau van Dijk / Moody's Analytics. The database provides standardised annual accounts (consolidated and unconsolidated), financial ratios, sectoral activities and ownership data. Amadeus is suitable for research on competitiveness, economic integration, applied microeconomics, business cycles, economic geography and corporate finance.
Compustat - North American company data (Standard and Poor's)
Compustat provides financial information on over 28,000 U.S. and Canadian publicly-held companies from the 1950s to present. The database includes a wide range of income, balance sheet, flow of funds and supplemental data, across 340 annual and 120 quarterly items, with point-in-time snapshots from 1987 to present. Compustat is published by S&P Global Inc. The database is updated weekly, with archive from the 1950s to present; and from 1987 to present for point-in-time observations.
Datastream - equity and financial market data (Refinitiv / LSEG)
Datastream is a global financial and macroeconomic time-series database, providing data on equities, stock market indices, currencies, company fundamentals, fixed income securities and key economic indicators for 175 countries and 60 markets. Equity data from IPO to present is updated daily. Macroeconomic time series are monthly, quarterly and annual, with up to 60 years of coverage. Datastream is published by Refinitiv, a subsidiary of the London Stock Exchange Group plc.
Global Financial Data - historical time-series (GFD Corp.)
The Global Financial Database provides long-range historical financial data on stocks, bonds, bills and other instruments, covering approximately 200 countries from the early modern period to the present. EUI members can create an account by following the instructions at How to access data. The GFD platform is called 'Finaeon.' Data series are assigned nine metadata descriptors: Series ID; Description; Start date; End date/most recent; Periodicity; Country/territory; Currency; Series type (eg. government bond yields) and GFD sector designation (eg. equity).
Capital IQ Pro - banking, insurance and financial news (Standard and Poor's)
The Standard and Poor's Capital IQ Pro platform provides data on banks, insurance companies, financial institutions and financial markets worldwide. Coverage includes ownership information, market analysis, filings, financial statements, mergers and acquisitions' data and sectoral news. The EUI provides access to the S&P Market Intelligence Financial Institutions Group (MIFIG) dataset. (Prior to 2021, Capital IQ Pro was known as 'S&P Global Market Intelligence.'
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
The IMF provides statistical data on government finance, monetary relations, financial stability, international trade, exchange rates, balance-of-payments and global economic prospects. IMF data can be accessed via Datastream for integrating IMF data with other international data series; UKDS.Stat platform for time series downloads and; the IMF data homepage. Supporting documentation and IMF publications are available via the IMF eLibrary. Headline series include; Balance of Payments Statistics; Direction of Trade Statistics; Government Finance Statistics; International Financial Statistics; Coordinated Direct Investment Survey and ; World Economic Outlook data.
Contact: Thomas Bourke at [email protected]
Page last updated on 19 January 2022