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OECD Short-Term Indicators Dashboard


Nowadays, policymaking and economic analyses rely heavily on statistics and international comparisons. The demand for high-frequency, reliable but also easily accessible data is increasing. To respond to this demand, the OECD has created the Short-Term Indicators Dashboard, covering G20 countries and selected regional aggregates. It allows users to follow key macro-economic developments using interactive charts and tables. The Dashboard is updated twice a month, allowing users to track economic trends in a timely matter.


How to use the dashboard

This user-guide provides a brief description of the OECD Dashboard of short-term indicators and some background information on the indicators included in the tool. A data codebook of all indicators including source, links to original datasets, frequency, unit of measure and country/zones coverage is included in the Annex.


Release dates

The Dashboard is updated twice a month:

First update

07 December 2023

15 January 2024
08 February 2024
08 March 2024
10 April 2024
15 May 2024
10 June 2024
08 July 2024
09 September 2024
08 October 2024
08 November 2024
09 December 2024

Second update

18 December 2023

29 January 2024
26 February 2024
25 March 2024
29 April 2024
27 May 2024
24 June 2024
29 July 2024
23 September 2024
28 October 2024
25 November 2024
20 December 2024


Further reading



For further information, contact the OECD Statistics and Data Directorate.



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