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Economic Outlook

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.

  1. 01 Aug 2016  |  Global

    Inflation in Gulf Corporation Council, June 2016

    GCC Inflation Analysis

    The quarterly publication gives a detailed analysis on consumer price inflation in the GCC region along with an outlook on the expected movement in the prices during the coming months.

    $1,500.00
  2. 27 Jul 2016  |  Global

    India Macroeconomic Outlook 2016-17

    Innovation & Knowledge Centre–Economic Research

    The India macroeconomic outlook for 2016-17 examines the country's recent economic growth and prospects for 2016- 2017 and important driving forces on the demand and the supply side, as well as headwinds from adverse developments in global economy, which also affect fiscal positions and current accounts.

    $1,500.00
  3. 20 Jul 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa

    Impact of Brexit on India: A Shift in the Paradigm

    A brief note on the Impact of Brexit on India

    As the unexpected outcome of the Brexit referendum begins to transform into reality, the historical decision is likely to result in a new paradigm in the way the United Kingdom interacts with the European Union and the rest of the world. Indeed, as with all black swan events, the world will enter unchartered waters through 2016 as political and bus...

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  4. 12 Apr 2016  |  North America

    North America—Economic Trends 2016

    What is Trending in 2016 in North America

    The 2016 economic outlook for the US is stable owing to improved housing and strong domestic demand. Growth in Canada is likely to continue to be poor even in 2016 due to its overdependence on oil and other commodities. The energy renaissance in North America in the form of US shale gas and Canadian oil sands has been setback due to low oil prices....

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  5. 02 Apr 2015  |  Europe

    Global Economic Outlook: 2015 Western Europe

    A Short-term Pulse Of Growth Opportunities

    Western Europe is likely to see improved growth in 2015 when compared to previous years. Increasing external demand, due to the strong growth in the United States and Asia, and strong domestic demand, are likely to steer the manufacturing sector towards a positive growth trajectory. Despite exports continuing to remain the primary engine of growth ...

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  6. 01 Apr 2015  |  North America

    Global Economic Outlook 2015: Emerging Latin America

    A Short-term Pulse of Growth Opportunities

    Latin American growth faltered significantly in 2014; however, a gradual recovery is expected in 2015. The recovery in growth is expected to come from an increase in government spending on structural reforms. Domestic demand and investor confidence in the region are expected to remain subdued throughout 2015. Slow growth in export demand for mining...

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  7. 01 Apr 2015  |  Asia Pacific

    Global Economic Outlook 2015: Emerging Asia-Pacific

    A Short-term Pulse of Growth Opportunities

    The growth prospects of the economies in emerging Asia-Pacific are expected to be affected significantly by the uncertainties arising from the economic slowdown of major Asian superpowers such as China and Japan, and the Eurozone. However, certain positive factors such as declining oil prices, a rebounding US economy, with US being a key exports m...

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  8. 20 Mar 2015  |  Asia Pacific

    Global Economic Outlook 2015—BRICS

    A Short-term Pulse of Growth Opportunities

    Apart from India which appears to be on an upward growth trajectory, the growth outlook for BRICS countries remains subdued. Russia is expected to continue to reel under the pressures of Western sanctions and falling crude oil prices, and no growth is expected in 2015. China’s housing market is expected to continue to remain weak in 2015 after a ...

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  9. 18 Mar 2015  |  Europe

    Global Economic Outlook 2015—Emerging Europe

    A Short Term Pulse of Growth Opportunities

    Uneven recovery continues in Eastern Europe. Domestic demand is expected to drive growth in major countries in 2015, while weaker Euro area recovery, indecisive policies, and market instability in economies such as Poland, Turkey, and Ukraine remain an area of concern. Improved exports and household consumption are expected to support the economic ...

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  10. 17 Mar 2015  |  North America

    Global Economic Outlook 2015—North America

    A Short-term Pulse of Growth Opportunities

    North America is expected to remain fairly stable in 2015 due to improved domestic demand and business confidence. The US economy is expected to grow by 3.1% in 2015, up from 2.4% in 2014, driven by rising incomes, long-standing repressed demand, a strengthening housing sector, and lower oil prices. For Canada, the outlook has been scaled back to 1...

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