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  • Global Financial Data   
    Provides historical stock market, financial, and economic data unavailable from any other online source. The GFD Database includes over 20,000 current and historical data series covering over 200 countries that have been collected from original sources.

    Note: GFD has historical exchange rates for countries that may be downloaded into Excel. The data service also traces the history of most exchange rates beginning in the early 19th century for most major currencies.

  • IFS Online     
    International Financial Statistics Online (IMF) contains approximately 32,000 time series covering more than 200 countries and areas. The Country, World, and Commodity Prices Tables, as presented in the monthly printed copy of IFS, are available.

  • FXHistory: Historical Currency Exchange Rates
    FXHistory is the easiest tool to access the largest foreign exchange database on the Internet. To obtain the historical exchange rate for any currency pair, select the language, the range of dates and the currencies you would like to obtain exchange rates for. You can obtain the historical exchange rates with the desired rate (cash, interbank, credit card), in ASCII, CSV or HTML format. Click on "Get Table" to obtain the historical currency exchange rates from our exchange servers.

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