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Economic Policy Uncertainty Index for Spain (SPEPUINDXM)
Observation:
Jun 2018: 127.33984 (+ more)Updated: Jul 2, 2018
Jun 2018:  127.33984  
May 2018:  155.57983  
Apr 2018:  74.02530  
Mar 2018:  130.56093  
Feb 2018:  112.32990 
Units:
Index,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
MonthlyBaker, Scott, Nicholas Bloom and Steven Davis (2012), “Measuring Economic Policy Uncertainty,” (http://www.policyuncertainty.com/media/BakerBloomDavis.pdf)
Economic Policy Uncertainty Index for Spain
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Baker, Scott, Nicholas Bloom and Steven Davis (2012), “Measuring Economic Policy Uncertainty,” (http://www.policyuncertainty.com/media/BakerBloomDavis.pdf)
Economic Policy Uncertainty Index for Spain
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For example, invert an exchange rate by using formula 1/a, where “a” refers to the first FRED data series added to this line. Or calculate the spread between 2 interest rates, a and b, by using the formula a  b.
Use the assigned data series variables (a, b, c, etc.) together with operators (+, , *, /, ^, etc.), parentheses {(,)}, and constants (1, 1.5, 2, etc.) to create your own formula (e.g., 1/a, ab, (a+b)/2, (a/(a+b+c))*100). As noted above, you may add other data series to this line before entering a formula.
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Title  Release Dates  


Economic Policy Uncertainty Index for Spain  20130603  20180702 
Source  


Baker, Scott R.  20130603  20180702 
Bloom, Nick  20130603  20180702 
Davis, Stephen J.  20130603  20180702 
Release  


Economic Policy Uncertainty  20130603  20180702 
Units  


Index  20130603  20180702 
Frequency  


Monthly  20130603  20180702 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20130603  20180702 
Notes  


For additional details, including an analysis of the performance of the model, see: Baker, Scott, Nicholas Bloom and Steven Davis (2012), “Measuring Economic Policy Uncertainty,” (http://www.policyuncertainty.com/media/BakerBloomDavis.pdf) 
20130603  20180702 
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