Principal European Economic Indicators (PEEIs) - Overview

Introduction

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What are the PEEIs?

Euro-indicators and Principal European Economic Indicators (PEEIs) provide general economic information on the euro area, European Union and individual Member States. Those statistics aim to describe the economic and labour market situation as well as price developments, which are of particularly high importance for economic and monetary policy.

What kind of information can I find here?

The set of indicators produced by Eurostat covers most of the PEEIs. This set of indicators is complemented by certain monetary and financial indicators produced by the European Central Bank as well as by some economic tendencies surveys produced by the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission.

The indicators cover the following topics

  • Balance of payments (Foreign direct investments …) 
  • Business and consumer surveys 
  • Industry and services (Industrial production, retail trade, turnover in services ….) 
  • International trade 
  • Labour market (unemployment, labour cost, job vacancies …) 
  • Monetary and financial indicators (Interest rates, exchange rates) 
  • National accounts (GDP, debt & deficit, investments, savings, consumption …)
  • Prices (Inflation rate, house prices …)
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Highlights

Scoreboard PEEIs

Discover PEEIs for your country

With our scoreboard, you can quickly get a snapshot of the situation in your country for all indicators over the most recent period.

PEEIs news releases

Keep your finger on the pulse

Our PEEIs news releases help you to know all about the latest trends and developments in the EU, euro area and the Member States. 

PEEIs monthly reports

Read our monthly reports

Get a synthetic picture of the macroeconomic situation in the recent past with our monthly reports on data for short-term economic analysis.

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Learn about progress and challenges

The annual status report on information requirements in the European Monetary Union (EMU) summarises progress and remaining challenges about the quality of the PEEIs.