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Recession Indicators Series

These time series are an interpretation of US Business Cycle Expansions and Contractions data provided by The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) at http://www.nber.org/cycles/cyclesmain.html and Organisation of Economic Development (OECD) Composite Leading Indicators: Reference Turning Points and Component Series data provided by the OECD at http://www.oecd.org/std/leading-indicators/oecdcompositeleadingindicatorsreferenceturningpointsandcomponentseries.htm. Our time series are composed of dummy variables that represent periods of expansion and recession. The NBER identifies months and quarters, while the OECD identifies months, of turning points without designating a date within the period that turning points occurred. The dummy variable adopts an arbitrary convention that the turning point occurred at a specific date within the period. The arbitrary convention does not reflect any judgment on this issue by the NBER's Business Cycle Dating Committee or the OECD. A value of 1 is a recessionary period, while a value of 0 is an expansionary period. Read More

OECD based Recession Indicators for OECD Europe from the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Monthly1962-05 to 2014-06 (Jul 14)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for OECD Europe from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0
Monthly 1962-05 to 2014-06 (Jul 14)
Daily 1962-05-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 14)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Poland from the Peak through the Period preceding the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1998-03-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
Monthly 1998-03 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Poland from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 1998-03 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
Daily 1998-03-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Russian Federation from the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1996-10-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
Monthly 1996-10 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Russian Federation from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Daily, Not Seasonally Adjusted1996-10-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Slovenia from the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1997-07-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
Monthly 1997-07 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Slovenia from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 1997-07 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
Daily 1997-07-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for South Africa from the Peak through the Period preceding the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1960-07-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
Monthly 1960-07 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Spain from the Peak through the Period preceding the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1963-03-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 14)
Monthly 1963-03 to 2014-06 (Jul 14)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Spain from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 1963-03 to 2014-06 (Jul 14)
Daily 1963-03-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 14)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Sweden from the Peak through the Period preceding the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1961-02-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
Monthly 1961-02 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Switzerland from the Peak through the Period preceding the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1961-11-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 14)
Monthly 1961-11 to 2014-06 (Jul 14)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for the Czech Republic from the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1996-08-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
Monthly 1996-08 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for the Czech Republic from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 1996-08 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
Daily 1996-08-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for the OECD Total Area from the Peak through the Period preceding the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1961-02-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 14)
Monthly 1961-02 to 2014-06 (Jul 14)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for the OECD Total Area from the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1961-02-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 14)
Monthly 1961-02 to 2014-06 (Jul 14)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for the OECD Total Area from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 1961-02 to 2014-06 (Jul 14)
Daily 1961-02-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 14)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for the Russian Federation from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1996-10 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for the Slovak Republic from the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1993-09-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
Monthly 1993-09 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for the Slovak Republic from the Period following the Peak through the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 1993-09 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
Daily 1993-09-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
 
OECD based Recession Indicators for Turkey from the Peak through the Period preceding the Trough  
+1 or 0, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily 1961-10-01 to 2014-06-30 (Jul 23)
Monthly 1961-10 to 2014-06 (Jul 23)
 

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