In December the headline US consumer price index (CPI) dropped by 0.1%—the first month-on-month decline since the coronavirus-induced downturn in early 2020.
In 2023 ruling political parties standing for re-election will face an uphill battle amid still-high inflation and slowing growth.
EIU’s latest report, Commodities outlook 2023, provides businesses with foresight of the critical global trends and threats that will affect commodity prices in the year ahead.
China’s zero-covid restrictions have been lifted, but the path forward will be bumpy. Explore the trends that will shape China’s economic, political and policy landscapes in 2023.
Reports suggest that China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC, a state planning body) has permitted four domestic companies to resume imports of Australian coal, ending an unofficial ban that was imposed in 2020 in response to political disagreements on a range of topics.
Examine the critical challenges facing 5G rollout in Africa and explore why policymakers are finding it difficult to attract investment.
We examine in this article three developments that will shape international commerce in the new year and the roles that policymakers, companies and investors will play.
In this on-demand webinar, our experts analyse essential trends that will shape the economic, political and policy landscapes for North America.
Emerging markets (EMs) have lagged developed markets when it comes to sustainable finance, but a surge in 2021 increased their relative share of flows.
The most important elections to watch in 2023 will be the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in May and the Spanish general election in December.
Following China’s annual central economic work conference (CEWC), economic development will be a priority for the first time since 2015.
At its December meeting the Federal Reserve raised its policy rate to a target range of 4.25-4.5%— an increase of 50 basis points.