Today Eurostat published a new scoreboard presenting the euro indicators together with a new Eurostatistics Statistics Explained article, which replaces the previous Eurostatistics publication in PDF format.

The Eurostatistics article gives a picture of the macroeconomic situation in the Eurozone, the EU and the Member States by presenting the relevant indicators of production, demand, labor and prices, as well as a overview of the international context. It also includes a visualization tool providing additional indicators as well as textual explanations for the data presented and interactive charts linked to the source data. The article and the visualization tool will be updated monthly.

Screenshot: Eurostatistics article viewer

The new Euro Indicators Dashboard gives users the ability to explore the data in an interactive and intuitive way. It offers a range of possibilities and useful features, such as:

  • View data in line chart view or switch to data table view
  • Customization of the country selection to display one or more EU Member States and EFTA countries of your choice, as well as the Eurozone and the European Union
  • Choose between different statistical units
  • Get an overview of the trend of major Euro indicators and dive deeper into each of the eight topics showing additional indicators
  • Analyze the development of multiple indicators in small line charts next to each other and expand individual line charts for a more detailed view
  • Customize the indicator time series in an extended line chart view and quickly read an indicator definition
  • Obtain the next publication dates by consulting the publication calendar for euro-related indicators
  • Access the underlying source dataset for each indicator to download the data
  • Sharing the dashboard or custom interactive charts on social media

Dashboard data is continuously updated when newer data is available.

Discover now the dashboard of Euro indicators:

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