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- What is Economena Analytics?
Economena Analytics is a provider of advanced systems and turnkey solutions that simplify access to multilingual, multi-format economic information from the Middle East and North Africa. At Economena Analytics, you can easily visualize, analyze, and download tens of thousands of time series economic indicators and documents from hundreds of government and private sector sources.
- Who needs our services?
Economena Analytics makes it easier and cheaper for economists, investment analysts, consultants, policymakers, investors, and business journalists to access, and conduct thorough analysis of, Middle East economic information.
By joining Economena Analytics, users are able to easily visualize, analyze, and share thousands of Middle East economic indicators over the web and in print.
Users also gain access to a dedicated team of researchers to help navigate the wide and constantly growing collection of indicators available.
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- How can I find out which indicators were recently updated?
In the Data Library
, you can view a list of indicators that were updated during the previous seven calendar days in your selected country by clicking on the tab called Latest Updated
- How do I find an indicator in the database?
There are several ways you can access an indicator in the database:
1-Data Library: Data for each country are organized by sectors which are made up of categories, and each category is made up of a list of indicators and often times subcategories as well.
a. Filter: You can filter through sectors and categories until you reach a list of indicators.
b. Search: A search box is also available for a quick filtering through all indicators for your selected country.
c. Browse all sectors: To the left of the search box, you can view a complete layout of sectors and categories for each country in alphabetical order by clicking on “See all sectors” in the bottom right corner of the drop down menu.
2-Charting Platform: You can click on each country, and filter down by sector and category until you reach a list of indicators.
- How do I attribute information I find on Economena.com?
Economena is not a primary provider of information. All data and documents are sourced by Economena from third-party information providers, including official sources and private sector associations reasonably understood to be reliable sources of information. Economena also takes reasonable measures to ensure information quality and completeness, but takes no responsibility for the credibility and reliability of such information. As a result, any data sourced from Economena.com must be sourced back directly to the primary source (available for every indicator), with a reference to Economena as a provider. Examples of preferred sourcing formats in text: “according to Ministry of Finance data via Economena” or “according to data provided by Economena.”
For a chart source, please use the following format: “Economena: [source1], [source 2], etc…” For example: “Economena: Ministry of Finance, IMF”
- How do I quickly find an indicator if I know the series ID?
In the search box in Data Library, please type in the indicator ID (series ID) preceded by with the equal sign “=”, and click on search to retrieve the indicator. You do not have to specify a country or use any filters when searching by series ID. For example, if you type in “=2999”, the indicator “Municipalities Receipts” will appear.
- How quickly does Economena update its databases?
Economena is committed to the fastest possible quality data delivery. In general, Top Indicators
for each country are updated same day or next day, and the rest are updated regularly depending on popularity and express client interest and / or requests. Paid users can request same-day updates (free of charge) for any indicator in the database.
- Can I find everything I need on Economena.com?
Economena strives to provide comprehensive coverage of all Middle East economies and sectors. Our databases are expanding rapidly to provide increasing breadth and depth to users. If there are any public data you would like to see in our databases (free of charge), please contact us