GDP Growth Rate Across the Globe

Emerging Markets Economies

Brazil
Last: 0.4
UNITS IN: %
Brazil is the tenth largest economy in the world and the biggest in Latin America. The services sector is the most important and accounts for 63 percent to total GDP. The biggest segments within services are: government, defense, education and health (15 percent of total GDP); other services (15 per...
Brazil is the tenth largest economy in the world and the biggest in Latin America. The services sector is the most important and accounts for 63 percent to total GDP. The biggest segments within services are: government, defense, education and health (15 percent of total GDP); other services (15 per...
China
Last: 1.5
UNITS IN: %
In China, the growth rate in GDP measures the change in the seasonally adjusted value of the goods and services produced by the Chinese economy during the quarter. As China’s traditional growth engines of manufacturing and construction are slowing down, services have emerged as the new driver. In t...
In China, the growth rate in GDP measures the change in the seasonally adjusted value of the goods and services produced by the Chinese economy during the quarter. As China’s traditional growth engines of manufacturing and construction are slowing down, services have emerged as the new driver. In t...
India
Last: 1
UNITS IN: %

GDP Growth Rate Global View

Indicator by Country

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Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Argentina
-0.3
Jun 2019
0
Mar 2019
-5.7
Dec 2001
5.1
Sep 2004
%Quarterly
1993 - 2019
Australia
0.5
Jun 2019
0.5
Mar 2019
-2
Jun 1974
4.4
Mar 1976
%Quarterly
1959 - 2019
Brazil
0.4
Jun 2019
-0.1
Mar 2019
-3.9
Dec 2008
4
Sep 1996
%Quarterly
1996 - 2019
Canada
0.9
Jun 2019
0.1
Mar 2019
-2.3
Mar 2009
3.1
Mar 1965
%Quarterly
1961 - 2019
China
1.5
Sep 2019
1.6
Jun 2019
1.4
Mar 2016
2.4
Jun 2011
%Quarterly
2010 - 2019
Euro Area
0.2
Jun 2019
0.4
Mar 2019
-3
Mar 2009
1.3
Jun 1997
%Quarterly
1995 - 2019
France
0.3
Jun 2019
0.3
Mar 2019
-5.3
Jun 1968
8
Sep 1968
%Quarterly
1949 - 2019
Germany
-0.1
Jun 2019
0.4
Mar 2019
-4.7
Mar 2009
4
Jun 1970
%Quarterly
1970 - 2019
India
1
Jun 2019
1.3
Mar 2019
-1.8
Mar 2009
5.8
Jun 2009
%Quarterly
1996 - 2019
Indonesia
4.2
Jun 2019
-0.52
Mar 2019
-3.57
Dec 2008
4.21
Jun 2018
%Quarterly
2005 - 2019
Italy
0
Jun 2019
0.1
Mar 2019
-2.7
Mar 2009
6
Mar 1970
%Quarterly
1960 - 2019
Japan
0.3
Jun 2019
0.5
Mar 2019
-4.8
Mar 2009
3.2
Jun 1990
%Quarterly
1980 - 2019
Mexico
0
Jun 2019
-0.3
Mar 2019
-5.7
Mar 1995
3.2
Sep 2009
%Quarterly
1993 - 2019
Russian Federation
0.2
Jun 2019
0.2
Mar 2019
-5.4
Sep 1998
4.1
Mar 1999
%Quarterly
1995 - 2019
Saudi Arabia
-1.3
Mar 2019
1.07
Dec 2018
-2.14
Mar 2017
8.51
Dec 2010
%Quarterly
2010 - 2019
South Africa
3.1
Jun 2019
-3.1
Mar 2019
-6.1
Mar 2009
7.6
Mar 1996
%Quarterly
1993 - 2019
South Korea
1
Jun 2019
-0.4
Mar 2019
-7
Mar 1998
7.8
Dec 1970
%Quarterly
1960 - 2019
Turkey
1.2
Jun 2019
1.6
Mar 2019
-5.2
Jun 2001
5.7
Dec 2016
%Quarterly
1998 - 2019
United Kingdom
-0.2
Jun 2019
0.6
Mar 2019
-2.7
Mar 1974
5
Mar 1973
%Quarterly
1955 - 2019
United States
2
Jun 2019
3.1
Mar 2019
-10
Mar 1958
16.7
Mar 1950
%Quarterly
1947 - 2019
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Europe
North America
Pacific
Middle East
South America
Africa
Central America
Caribbean

Latest Releases and Calendar Events

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Oct 18, 201903:50China Economy Grows 1.5% QoQ in Q3
Sep 30, 201909:10UK GDP Contraction Confirmed in Q2
Sep 30, 201907:50Spain Q2 GDP Growth Weakest in 3 Years
Sep 26, 201913:03US Q2 GDP Growth Confirmed at 2%
Sep 23, 201914:31Dutch Q2 GDP Growth Revised Down to 0.4%
Sep 13, 201910:19Irish GDP Growth Rate Eases in Q2
Sep 9, 201911:28Japan Q2 GDP Growth Revised Lower to 0.3%
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Sep 30, 201908:30GDP Growth Rate QoQ Final
Sep 30, 201907:00GDP Growth Rate QoQ Final
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Aug 29, 201912:30GDP Growth Rate QoQ 2nd Est

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