macroEQ™ – dynamic multidimensional analysis over Romania’s macroeconomic information.
macroEQ™ contains and presents consolidated and dynamic information about Romania’s macroeconomics (Correlation of varied information, inflation, interest rates, stock indices, internal and external debt rates, Current Course variation, Course variation in Time, etc.).
Among the main benefits of the macroEQ™ solution are:
The macroEQ™ application uses consolidated free public data from the following sources:
An example of an application that was made using macroEQ is the one about currency exchange rates. In this application you can view the following:
A. The evolution of the main currencies over time (RON, EUR, USD, CHF, GBP);
Initially, the graph shows the averages of these currencies (RON, EUR, USD, CHF, GBP) per years.
By selecting a year, from the left side of the view (in the example above, 2013 was selected), this average is recalculated at month level, and if one month is selected (also on the left side of the view) Could view the exchange rates of each day of that month (as can be seen in the picture below).
B. The parity between different currencies, for the current date, with the possibility of recalculation for another selected date.
Appreciation or depreciation of different currencies – the reports are presented for the end of the month versus the beginning of the selected month.
Rotation 30-day and evolution – the ratio between the current or selected date and the same report calculated 30 days ago.
The appreciation or depreciation of different currencies – the ratio between the current or selected date and the same ratio calculated at the beginning of that year.
Rotation and 1-year evolution – the ratio between the current or selected date and the same report calculated 365 days ago.
C. Situations that show the evolution of income per capita over a period of time, the evolution of inflation and unemployment.
Bi-dimensional Survey Income per capita vs. Inflation – presents the annual evolution of the population’s incomes, based on the calculated and recorded inflation index.
Bi-Dimensional Analysis Inflation vs. Unemployment – shows the consistency between the annual inflation index and the number of unemployed.
The higher the inflation, the higher the number of unemployed people.