These sources have been chosen because each of them includes not only current but also historical statistics.
Many of them include both U.S. and international statistics unless otherwise noted.
World Bank website
Balance of Payments Statistics Yearbook (IMF) Dunbar Ref Bookcase 3, HF1014 .I6
CRB Commodity Yearbook Dunbar Ref Bookcase 3, HF1041 .C56 (use Mergent Archives for online version)
Direction of Trade Statistics Yearbook Dunbar Periodicals, HF91 .I65
Government Finance Statistics Yearbook (IMF) Dunbar 3rd Floor, HJ101 .G68
International Financial Statistics Yearbook (IMF) Dunbar Ref Bookcase 3, HG61 .I57
International Trade Statistics Yearbook (UN) Dunbar Ref Bookcase 3, HF91 .U473
National Accounts Statistics. Main Aggregates and Detailed Tables (UN) Dunbar Ref Bookcase 3, HC79 .I5U53
Aside from citing articles and books, have you ever wondered how to cite a company annual report or an industry report? The reality is, there is no "official" style for citing business sources. However, it is common practice to use adaptations of one of the following citation styles: the American Psychological Association (APA) Style or the Chicago Style. Whichever style you choose, use it consistently for the entire project/paper.