December 2nd, 2016
We’re happy to introduce a new macroeconomic tool Economic Barometer, which is now available on Economies, Finance and Trade page. Economic Barometer provides a new way to explore and make the most of regularly updated monthly and quarterly macroeconomic data in a single, easy-to-use location. Use Economic Barometer to regularly track the latest global economic […]
October 19th, 2016
In Q3 2016, the global economic outlook declined as mounting uncertainty in Europe, the UK and the US outweighed any boost from the BRICs. This quarter, fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) forecast growth revisions from Euromonitor International’s Industry Forecast Model generally point to marginal retail sales downgrades through 2020.
October 7th, 2016
Euromonitor International has introduced a new macroeconomic scenario, mapping out likely outcomes should Donald Trump become US president. The scenario suggests US GDP would nearly stagnate in 2017. Growth over 5 years would be 4.7% less in total than currently forecasted.
May 25th, 2016
Even though there is considerable uncertainty around the exact conditions of a potential Brexit, most of the attempts to quantify the economic impact of leaving the EU on the UK economy provide negative results. Estimates by Euromonitor Macro Model show long-term GDP decline of 2% relative to a baseline, raising the unemployment rate […]
March 6th, 2016
Nors pastaruoju metu pasaulio ekonomikos ateitis darosi vis sunkiau nuspėjama, euro zonos makroekonominiai rodikliai kol kas rodo, kad regiono ekonomika toliau po truputį atsigauna. 2015 m. euro zonos BVP augimo įvertis buvo 1,5 proc. „Euromonitor International“ prognozuoja, kad 2016–2017 m. euro zonos ekonomika augs apie 1,7 proc. Tai sparčiausias metinis augimas nuo 2011 m. Vis […]
February 18th, 2016
The Eurozone economy will grow by 1.7 percent in 2016 and 2017 according to Euromonitor International. Domestic demand continues to be the main driver for this recovery, while global exports demand continues to weaken. Consumer spending will likely increase due to improvements in the labour market and better credit conditions. Uncertainty does play a […]
January 11th, 2016
The global economy is facing significant challenges, and this situation will continue into 2016. Slumping oil prices, Chinese slowdown, and geopolitical tensions will have significant economic consequences. However, developed economies are strengthening, and taking back the wheel of the global economy. We have identified the top three global macroeconomic trends to watch for in 2016.