Global economic volatility, geopolitical conflicts and policy challenges are creating formidable pressures on CEOs and his growth team. While the economic stability of the BRICS is being questioned, the Middle East is grappling with geopolitical tensions and volatile oil prices. Questions loom over the fate of the European Union and the Future of the United States.
Economic Outlook studies comprise of a series of titles including the Global Economic Outlook, Country Outlook Studies and Investment trackers to name a few. Providing a macro-economic overview of a region and/or country, key quantitative information and giving you a comprehensive understanding of the socio-economic trends, the Economic Outlook section focuses on the most pertinent emerging and developed markets. Some of the regions covered include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, & Africa.
23 Apr 2020  |  Global
Assessing Growth Opportunities and Pipelines to Address the COVID-19 Crisis
The global economy is facing what is likely to be the worst economic disruption since World War II. As the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly spreads globally, the concurrent economic fallout of this health crisis is expected to be grave. Frost & Sullivan has analyzed the scale of impact on global GDP growth and other macroeconomic elements through scenario...
12 Mar 2020  |  Global
Virus Outbreak Trumps Trade Wars as the Biggest 2020 Economic Threat
The coronavirus outbreak is wreaking havoc on the global economy. The Chinese economy is being adversely hampered, with other economies across the globe facing severe negative effects as well. Frost & Sullivan has analysed the outlook for three scenarios, the Gradual Abatement scenario, the Severe Epidemic scenario, and the Severe Pandemic scenario...
06 Mar 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Infrastructure Spending and Strong Performance by the Non-oil Sector to Boost the Regional Economy
The macroeconomic outlook for the Middle East is expected to remain modest in 2020, with the expected strengthening of non-oil sectors and increased infrastructure spending in the region. The oil-dependent economies are prioritizing non-oil sectors for economic diversification. Unemployment across the region is expected to fall and remain stable du...
23 Jan 2020  |  Global
World GDP Growth to Pick Up from 2.9% in 2019 to 3.2% in 2020 Driven by Stronger Growth in Emerging Markets
The global economy witnessed a lot of turbulence in 2019, with intensified trade wars and Brexit delays influencing the growth story tremendously. Should businesses expect more volatility in 2020 or are global economic prospects looking up? This 2020 Global Economic Outlook research has been designed to answer this question and more by providing in...
18 Nov 2019  |  Global
The new human era and evolving human behavior will redefine our outlook toward society, businesses, and governments
As we enter a new era of humanity, hardware and biological augmentation in several ways will enhance our ability to think, sense, feel, perceive, and function. The mind, body, and behavior will be heavily influenced and shaped by technologies that trigger the next evolution in humankind, making us transhuman. Transhumanism focuses on convergent for...
30 Jul 2019  |  Global
Powering Innovation Through Data Monetization
An increasing number of companies are starting to build data-driven strategies to fuel growth in the upcoming data economy. Though in its nascent stages, data monetization is having a huge effect on many industry verticals. Every company will, at some stage, transform into a data company through direct or indirect approaches. However, there is a la...
22 Mar 2019  |  Global
World GDP Growth to Dip from 3.7% in 2018 to 3.2% or Lesser in 2019 if Trade Wars Intensify
Trade wars roiled the world economy in 2018, and continue to have a detrimental impact in 2019 as well. While the US and China are expected to slow down in 2019, indirect effects of trade wars are also seen to be impacting export-reliant economies such as Germany and Japan. This research has been designed to provide insight into additional tariffs ...
01 Mar 2018  |  North America
Global GDP Growth Expected to Rise from 3.6% in 2017 to 3.7% in 2018 Supported by Increased Trade Flows, Higher Investments, and Strong Domestic Demand
Amidst seismic events such as Brexit and oil production cuts, what is the outlook for the world economy in 2018? How will monetary policy tightening and landmark tax reforms influence the growth trajectory of key advanced and emerging market economies? This study answers these questions and more by evaluating the global and regional economic outloo...
02 Aug 2017  |  North America
Connected Marketplaces Transition from Transactional Hubs to Assistive Selling
Online B2B retailing is at an inflection point and is going through major shifts in technology and business models. The B2B market will outgrow the B2C market by 2025, with China taking the lead. The market is evolving due to shifts in the impact of mobility and role of digital channels. Retailers, in order to cope up with the change in the market,...$8,500.00
22 Mar 2017  |  Global
Geopolitical Events and Restrained Demand to Boost Economic Uncertainty
The year 2017 will be the sixth year of global stagnation and the global economic outlook indicates a slow-growing global economy, ranging from 3.0% to 3.4% Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth. Global economic growth and business confidence have had a mixed impact thus far. The world has entered a period of greater geopolitical uncertainty. Geopoli...