Can I compare economic indicators on a single chart?
Yes, you can do that. You can compare indicators that belong to a country or you can compare different countries for the same indicator.
Let's compare "US Yearly Inflation Rate" with "Canada Yearly Inflation Rate".
Please follow these steps:
1- Go to "Analyze" and select "ChartPro" from the drop-down list:
2- Type the country name and the indicator you want to show on the chart:
"United States Inflation Rate"
3- Select the indicator you found and click "Add" to list. The chart will automatically be created for the US inflation rate.
4- This time search for "Canada Inflation Rate" and add it to the chart:
5- Once you click "Add". You will see both indicators displayed on the same chart.
Do you provide pre-built Excel template on U.S economic indicators?
Yes, we provide a downloadable excel template which cover key economic indicators of the U.S. Charts, grids and data tables in the template are updated by built-in functions. These functions will automatically calculate the formulas and retrieve the ...
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Where can I see the source name of the economic indicators?
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Do you provide search option for economic indicators?
Yes, you can search for economic indicators by typing an indicator name (i.e. inflation rate) to the "search bar" located at the top-right corner. In order to get specific results, you should type "country and/or data source name "i.e. United States ...