Data available roughly from mid-2000s to 2017 (SB) (Free data, Global retailer's data – prices of all goods sold by 4 major retailers' daily coverage until 2013 for 85 counties). Daily price for all goods sold by certain retailers, daily price indices, monthly, and annual inflation relates.
The UoM's Covid-19 Impact Analysis Platform provides daily data for miles travelled per person of the US at state and county level. Metrics are produced based on validated computational algorithms and privacy-protected data from mobile devices, government agencies, healthcare system, and other sources.
Track the economic impacts of COVID-19 on people, businesses, and communities across the United States in real time (data on consumer spending, small business revenue, small business open, job postings, employment, unemployment claims, percent change in student participation, covid-19 infections, covid-19 vaccination, time outside home)
The Bank for International Settlements provides economic and financial indicators, incuding banking statistics, debt security statistics, derivative statistics, global liquidity indicators, credit statistics, debt service ratio, property prices, consumer prices, exchange rates, central bank policy rates, payments and financial market infrastructures.
Movement provides data and tools for cities to more deeply understand and address urban transportation challenges. Movement harnesses this insight to help cities achieve their strategic goals: from reducing congestion and emissions, to improving road safety. The datasets leverage anonymous GPS information from hundreds of thousands of UBER vehicles and tracks changes over time. Data covered includes travel times (measures zone-to-zone travel times across some cities), speed (street speeds across a city to enable data-driven city planning), and new mobility heatmaps (volume of activity of mobility devices for select cities).