Global PMI vs. Global GDP

Global PMI vs. Global GDP The chart shows the strong correlation between global PMI and global GDP. Global PMI slides to lowest since 2016 and global GDP may have difficulty growing at a rate above 2% in the near future. Picture source: IHS Markit

Global Semiconductor Sales Lead U.S. GDP Growth

Global Semiconductor Sales Lead U.S. GDP Growth This interesting chart suggests that global semiconductor sales lead U.S. GDP growth by six months. Picture source: Nordea and Macrobond

Global Nominal GDP

Global Nominal GDP After the U.S., China is the world’s second largest economy. Its nominal GDP represents 16% of world GDP, compared to 24% for the United States. Picture source: Scotiabank

Global Debt Nears Record

Global Debt Nears Record Global debt hits $246 trillion (or 320% of GDP) and is just $2 trillion shy of all-time high. You may also like “Total Debt by Sector for Developed & Emerging Economies.” Picture source: International Monetary Fund

Global Growth Economy

Global Growth Economy This chart shows the global real GDP growth and the long-term growth momentum. It’s never paid to bet against America. Picture Source: J.P. Morgan Asset Management