Euro-Area Economy Looks a Lot Like 20-Years-at-Zero Japan
Wage Pressures Building, Still Lagging Pre-Crisis Levels
The reading aligns with independent metrics, but it’s too soon to conclude the country is done massaging its numbers.
Powell’s Nirvana – What Ends the Unending U.S. Cycle?
Germany, South Korea Are Most at Threat From Made in China 2025
The exposed countries have a high dependence on exports and a substantial presence in the electronics, auto, and shipping sectors.
China’s New Stimulus—Cross-Cutting? Yes. Big? Unclear
Three points on the week ahead are easy to predict.
Cargo Volumes at Big Ports Point to Marked Trade Slowdown
From Trump’s tantrums with Turkey and China, to Bezos contributing to market decline-Here are the major economic events this week.
China to See If It’s Supporting Growth: World Economy Week Ahead
Turkey’s Lira Is Broken. Who’s Looking Most Vulnerable?
Populists, Authoritarians Now Oversee Most of G-20 Output
Populists and authoritarians now oversee the biggest chunk of G20 output. How could that affect economic performance?
The impact on the U.S. could be worse than on China as the latter is relatively insulated from world equity shocks.
Who’s Most at Risk From U.S. Tariffs? Follow Value Added: Chart
Trump China Trade Win Evokes Resource Curse Risk for U.S.: Chart
The recent debate on emerging market risk misses out China’s role as a force for stability.
Who Loses in Asia If Trump Dents Trade? Not China: Chart
Why More Children Are Bad for China’s Economic Growth: Chart
Turkey, Argentina Are Most Vulnerable Emerging Economies: Chart