Need data on banks and banking? Try these databases from the MIT Libraries:
For banks in OECD-member countries, from the OECD: http://libraries.mit.edu/get/oecdbank
Access data since 1979 on classification of bank assets and liabilities, income statement and balance sheet and structure of the financial system for OECD-member countries. This is just one of many statistical databases you can access from the OECD.
For U.S. banks, from Wharton Research Data Services:
- Bank Regulatory Database: http://libraries.mit.edu/get/bankreg
Provides accounting data for bank holding companies, commercial banks, savings banks, and savings and loans institutions.
- FDIC: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Datasets: http://libraries.mit.edu/get/fdic
Historical financial data for commercial banks, savings banks, and savings and loans.
- Federal Reserve Bank Reports: http://libraries.mit.edu/get/wrds-frbr
Includes: Foreign Exchange Rates (H.10 Report), Interest Rates (H.15 Report), and FRB-Philadelphia State Indexes.
For more Libraries’ guides related to banking, see: