This guide divides sources of international economic statistics into those produced by the U.S. government and those produced by international sources.
The United States government contains a number of agencies that track international economic data. Generally, these sources will focus on American economic relationships with other countries or regions or to help U.S. businesses understand potential international markets.
Global economic indicators are primary tracked by major international institutions and intergovernmental organizations. There are also national statistical agencies that will track economic indicators for their specific country.