The IMF databases cover about 200 countries and areas.
The IMF International Financial Statistics database provides all time series from the International Monetary Fund's International Financial Statistics publication. Since it was first published in 1948, the IFS has been recognized as a leading source of comparable statistics on domestic and international finance for most countries of the world.
This database contains balance of payments and international investment position data of individual countries, country groups and the world. Since first released in 1950, the Balance of Payments Statistics has been one of the major IMF databases along with the International Financial Statistics, Government Finance Statistics and Direction of Trade Statistics.
This database contains detailed data on revenue, expense, transactions in assets and liabilities and their end of year stock positions. Data is available for general government and its subsectors.
This database provides the value of merchandise exports and imports disaggregated according to a country's primary trading partners, areas and world aggregates. The IMF supplements reported data by estimates whenever such data is not available or current.
The IMF World Economic Outlook database provides historical macroeconomic data and IMF projections for individual countries, country aggregates and at the global level.
In conjunction with the semi-annual World Economic Outlook the IMF provide additional macroeconomic data and projections for countries in each of four regions and country groups within each region.
This database includes the IMF Fiscal Monitor (FM) dataset as well as two other related IMF datasets: Historical Public Debt (HPDD) and World Revenue Longitudinal Data (WoRLD).
This database provides the consumer price indexes for 12 subgroups of consumption expenditure classified according to the the UN Statistics Division Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP).
This database includes the IMF's Primary Commodity Price System (PCPS) dataset and discontinued historical commodity price data from the IMF's Primary Commodity Prices (COMMP) dataset and the International Financial Statistics (IFS).