Interactive maps
Interactive maps from Deutsche Bank Research are a unique solution for efficiently presenting large volumes of data in such a way that important correlations can quickly be detected. All our interactive maps comprise statistics, charts, graphs and maps in a user-friendly design that can be flexibly integrated in Microsoft Office applications.
World

The latest addition to this offering is the Global forecast map with Deutsche Bank forecasts of economic and financial market indicators for the most important Developed and Emerging Markets. OECD and IMF time series and forecasts are also included. The Global forecast map is available  exclusively for clients of Deutsche Bank Group
Germany

The online resource  (exclusively for clients of Deutsche Bank Group). Germany at a glance provides access to economic data at district/county and state level: some of the main topics include public finances, economic strength, labour market, consumption, business structures, demographics and education. 
Video: The world in a nutshell

 

Euroland/European banking markets

With around 120 time series mainly from the OECD, Eurostat and IHS Global Insight, the focus of the Euroland interactive map is on the economy, the financial sector and societal affairs. The extended version of the Euroland interactive map offers more detailed analysis and reporting tools.
With its dozen main indicators, the Interactive map European banking markets offers a broad overview on structures and developments in the banking systems of EU countries. Data are available on, e.g., market size and lending business, capitalisation levels and profitability measures. 
China's provinces

China is undergoing a structural change that becomes clearly visible when you look at developments in its provinces. 31 indicators in an interactive map as well as pre-defined chartbooks for all of the provinces help you to monitor this change. The “Commodities” function allows you to compare production data for various raw materials at the provincial level. Further data on production, trade and key macroeconomic indicators are also available for download. 
Spotlight on Germany
 
 
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