PageMaker is effectively a discontinued product. (Adobe still sells licenses, but primarily for existing users who need such licenses for expanded use on legacy computers and operating system environments!) It is not supported on any current operating system either from Apple or Microsoft. Thus, between PageMaker and InDesign, your only choice is InDesign.
Note that InDesign has no built-in charting capabilities or ability to have direct links into Excel. You can save off charts in Excel as PDF files and place them via links into an InDesign document, but this is not automated in any manner.
Also be aware that InDesign is a graphic arts layout program, not a word processor. It does have a fairly steep learning curve. One you have mastered that curve, though, you have the tools for creating a wide variety of documents and products for both print and display.
Pagemaker has been an essentially dead product for quite a few years now. It might work, but ID is lightyears ahead for productivity, and it will allow you to move into electronic media. Excel charts are usually best copied and pasted to Illustrator and resaved, or saved as PDF, I believe, but it's outside my workflow so I may not have it quite right.
As much as love using InDesign it's not necessarily the best tool for
everyone. You might want to look into this: