Demographics – U.S. Population Growth

Demographics – U.S. Population Growth The U.S. population continues to grow today, but it is growing at the slowest rate since 1937. This means an aging, slow-growing future for the U.S..

U.S. Population Growth

U.S. Population Growth U.S. population growth is slowing to its lowest rate, due to in large part to aging population. Improvements to immigration policies would greatly help the U.S. economy. Image: TD Bank Financial Group

World Population by Region Projected to 2100

World Population by Region Projected to 2100 World population is expected to increase to 10.9 billion by 2100 and 83% of the world population will live in Asia and Africa. Image: Our World in Data

U.S. Population Growth vs. U.S. 10-Year Treasury Bond Yield

U.S. Population Growth vs. U.S. 10-Year Treasury Bond Yield U.S. demographics explain the 10-year Treasury bond yield, due to low inflation. The U.S. 10-year bond yield reflects inflation and growth expectations, and working age population growth contributes to inflation and GDP growth. You may also like “Demographics Explain Sovereign 30-Year Yields Accross Emerging Markets.” Image: Paolo…

World Population in 2018

World Population in 2018 Interesting world map: the country’s size represents the size of the population. You may also like “World Population & Demographics – More People Over 65 than Under 5 for the First Time.” Image: Our World in Data Click the Image to Enlarge