Alternative data for macroeconomic indicators (Part 2/2)

Julia Asri Meigh, Head of ESG and Macro Research (New York)

Post feature

Inflation in Argentina reached 31% in July of this year, having a devastating impact on the Peso and leading the central bank to raise rates to a record 60%. Can alternative data sources provide economic insights into a country’s level of price stability, currency value and central bank sentiment? In the second of our two-part series, we evaluate such sources by listing examples of providers that offer more timely data or predictive analytics in unemployment, wages, inflation, interest rates, the real estate market, industrial activity and GDP.


Please note: This is by no means an exhaustive list – for readers interested in discovering more sources for particular segments, please explore our platform or contact us directly.


In our previous publication in this series, we noted a Neudata-listed labour market data provider which combines both government data and online job postings data in their offering. Other comparable datasets include:

Request a Neudata trial

We'd like to know a bit more about you and your business, so we can deal with your request efficiently.
We take your privacy seriously and handle your personal data in line with our privacy statement.

We use your email address as part of allowing you access to your account and in order to provide you details with our products that might be of interest to you