Financial Services Exports Around the World

Financial Services Exports Around the World In 2018, the total global exports in financial services was $489.8 billion. The US, UK and Luxembourg make up 54% of the world’s financial services exports. Picture source: howmuch.net

The World’s Biggest Exporters

The World’s Biggest Exporters China is the largest exporter in the world, followed by the U.S. and Germany. You may also like “The World’s Biggest Importers.” Picture source: howmuch.net

South Korean Exports vs. S&P 500 EPS Estimates

South Korean Exports vs. S&P 500 EPS Estimates The correlation between South Korean exports and S&P 500 EPS estimates suggests a weakness in S&P 500 earnings estimates. Picture source: Lohman Econometrics

Exports as a Share of GDP

Exports as a Share of GDP Interesting chart showing exports as a percentage of GDP and putting U.S. tariffs into perspective. Source: J.P. Morgan Asset Management

World Exports Are Contracting – May 2019

World Exports Are Contracting – May 2019 Nowadays, exports of goods and services represent 29% of global GDP and trade tensions are causing a contraction in world exports. Picture source: First Eagle Investment Management

Trade War Hitting Global Trade Hard

Trade War Hitting Global Trade Hard US-China trade war is hurting Asia export hubs. Singapore is heading for a recession. Picture source: Deutsche Bank Global Research

How Much Tariffs Could Cost Each State?

How Much Tariffs Could Cost Each State? This chart shows how much each state would be affected by China’s export tariffs. Picture source: howmuch.net