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Economic Tracker

Economic volatilities warrant constant visibility of macro and industry related metrics. Economic data allows for sound decision making in the realm of investments, geographic expansion and industry growth. Understanding the changing global economic, social & industrial landscape in developed and emerging countries is important to identify untapped growth opportunities.

Recognizing the need to continuously keep track of global data and developments amidst ongoing volatilities and changing dynamics, Frost & Sullivan introduces the Global Economic Tracker- Insight and Trends (GET-IT) deliverable. Providing clients with a quarterly snapshot of economic and industrial metrics through historical data as well as forecasts until 2020, it also includes an annually updated analysis of key mega-regions. These timely updates enable you to analyzing changing scenarios and modulate growth expectations, aiding in decision making.

The Global Economic Tracker-Insights and Trends (GET-IT) is a quarterly updated database of key economic and industry parameters to provide dynamic insights to track volatility and navigate uncertainties in the global economic environment.

Each GET-IT report presents short term as well as medium term forecasts along with historic data for economic and industry indicators across countries and regions. A short-term forecast is provided for next 8 quarters, estimates are provided for the current year and medium-term forecasts are made for next five years, for select indicators.

  1. 03 Apr 2020  |  Africa

    South Asia Macroeconomic Prospects, Forecast to 2025

    Infrastructure Development and Increasing Foreign Investments to Improve the Regional Economy

    The macroeconomic outlook for South Asia is expected to be relatively strong in 2019 on account of infrastructural development and investments. Nevertheless, the outlook doesn’t look great in terms of even higher growth as a result of a trade war between two economic giants, the United States and China, affecting the region. The growth pattern is...

  2. 21 Nov 2019  |  Africa

    Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker, H2 2019

    Economic Slowdown Dampening Growth Prospects

    Major economies in the Middle East and Africa experienced an economic slowdown with GDP growth rate declining for Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Nigeria, Qatar, Israel, and Iran in the second quarter of 2019. The area is affected by volatile oil prices, and in Q2 especially, there was a decline in oil prices and production cuts by OPEC. ...

  3. 07 Feb 2019  |  Africa

    Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, H1 2018

    Higher Oil Prices Drive Growth Recovery

    Economic recovery in Saudi Arabia will continue to be supported by pick up in oil production to compensative for output decline in Iran. While Aramco privatization is delayed, Saudi aims to generate $11 billion non-oil revenue through privatization program by 2020. The killing of journalist Khashoggi heightened capital flight in October 2018, as th...

  4. 07 Feb 2019  |  Africa

    Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, H2 2018

    Privatization Led Non-oil Sector Growth Drive Economic Growth in the Region

    Economies of the Middle Eastern countries will remain modest due to higher oil exporting revenue being moderately offset by recession in Iran. Higher oil prices are expected to drive oil and gas and hydrocarbon sector in the region, with Saudi Arabia leading the pack in 2019. OPEC oil production dipped in November 2018 due to fall in Iranian produc...

  5. 29 Dec 2017  |  Africa

    Emerging Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 3, 2017

    Mounting Political Unrest to Lead to Economic Jeopardy

    The growth outlook for the Middle East countries in Q3 2017 was somber amid burgeoning geopolitical crisis and ongoing low oil prices. The Saudi Arabian economy continued deterioration in 2017 registering negative growth rates in Q1 and Q2 2017 owing to The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) agreement on curbing oil production...

  6. 29 Dec 2017  |  Africa

    Emerging Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 2, 2017

    Economic Diversification Remains High

    Low oil prices will continue to take a toll on the economic health of the gulf economies in the second quarter of 2017. Low energy prices leading to burgeoning fiscal deficit have adversely affected Qatar’s economic prospects. Output in the oil and gas sector remained flat and GDP growth appears to have contracted in Q1 2017. The multi-year $200 ...

  7. 29 Dec 2017  |  Africa

    Emerging Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 1, 2017

    Economic Outlook Challenged by Oil Production Cuts

    The economic outlook for the Middle Eastern countries is challenged by the continued oil price sluggishness. The fiscal consolidation measures will continue throughout 2017 to combat deficit and is expected to ease in 2018 if oil prices uptick. On one hand, the first half of 2017 is being characterized by Saudi Arabia led oil production cut agreeme...

  8. 28 Dec 2017  |  Africa

    Emerging Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 4, 2017

    Political Uncertainty Weighs on Economic Outlook

    Mounting geopolitical risks dampen the growth outlook for the Middle East countries despite higher oil prices and strong global growth. The intensified political instability in Saudi Arabia with the large scale operation by the Crown Prince to curb corruption led to oil price hitting over two-year high. The economy is expected to stabilize in 2018,...

  9. 23 Mar 2017  |  Africa

    African Infrastructure Tracker—Morocco, Forecast to 2020

    Analysis of Key Infrastructure Projects

    The research provides an in-depth overview of infrastructure investment in Morocco for Road, Rail, Port, Airport, ICT, Energy, and Social infrastructure. The base year for the analysis is 2016, looking at the total investment in Morocco for infrastructure as of 2016. Ongoing and future infrastructure projects are discussed looking at investment amo...

  10. 30 May 2016  |  Africa

    Global Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends (GET-IT)—Emerging Middle East and Africa Q4 2015

    A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

    Significant fall in oil prices has drastically altered public spending patterns throughout the region. Growing number of countries are trying to opt for a strict fiscal measures and tax impositions to combat fiscal deficit. Increased oil production from Iran post sanctions could pose greater geopolitical risks on the region’s overall economic hea...