9 Economic indicators are used to measure the global economy

GDP measures the total market value of all finished goods and services produced, indicating the overall economic health and size of its economy.

Gross Domestic Product

It represents the percentage of the labor force that is jobless and actively seeking employment, reflecting the economy's ability to create jobs.

Unemployment Rate

It indicates the percentage increase in the general price level of goods and services over a specific period, impacting purchasing power and cost of living.

Inflation Rate

It measures the average change over time in the prices paid by consumers for a basket of goods and services, serving as a key indicator of inflation.

Consumer Price Index

It tracks the average change in selling prices received by domestic producers for their output, providing an early signal of inflationary trends in the economy.

Producer Price Index

It measures the difference between a country's exports and imports of goods and services, indicating its trade surplus or deficit.

Balance of Trade

Interest Rates, set by a country's central bank, represent the cost of borrowing money and influence economic activity, consumer spending, and inflation.

Interest Rates

It determine the value of one currency relative to another, impacting international trade, investments, and economic stability.

Foreign Exchange Rates

It measure the performance of a selected group of stocks, reflecting overall market trends and investor sentiment.

Stock Market Indices

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