China Imports Lead World GDP

China Imports Lead World GDP This chart shows that China imports is a key factor of global growth, and clearly lead world GDP. Image: Oxford Economics, Macrobond

Countries Dependent on Saudi Oil Imports

Countries Dependent on Saudi Oil Imports Japan, South Korea and South Africa are among the countries most dependent on Saudi oil imports. Image: Arbor Research & Trading LLC

Imports of Saudi Arabian Crude Oil

Imports of Saudi Arabian Crude Oil In 2018, the U.S. imported $21.9 billion of crude oil from Saudi Arabia. Image: The Washington Post

Most Important Variables When Forecasting Real GDP

Most Important Variables When Forecasting Real GDP Search trends are very different between China (manufacturing industry) and the USA/Eurozone (consumer), when forecasting real GDP. Image: Arbor Research & Trading LLC

The World’s Biggest Importers

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

U.S. Average Tariff on All Imports

U.S. Average Tariff on All Imports A look at U.S. tariffs in the past and where they are today. Average U.S. tariffs were close to 1%, until President Trump decided to raise them. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch

Strong Dollar and Imports

Strong Dollar and Imports The chart shows that a stronger dollar depresses goods prices via imports. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Average Consumer Price Increase After US Import Tariffs by 25%

Average Consumer Price Increase After US Import Tariffs by 25% This chart shows the average consumer price increase in percentage points for US consumers/firms after an increase in US import tariffs by 25 percentage points. Trade war costs to consumers and companies. Tariffs are a hidden tax on American consumers and US firms. Image: Ifo…