The World Economy – GDP by Country

The World Economy – GDP by Country This chart shows the world’s $86 trillion economy. You may also like “The World Economy – GDP at Power Purchase Power Parity by Country.” Picture source: howmuch.net

What Will Cause The Next Recession – Jim O’Neill On The World Economy

What Will Cause The Next Recession – Jim O’Neill On The World Economy What will cause the next recession when “Wall Street indexes predicted nine out of the last five recessions! and its mistakes were beauties.” — Paul Samuelson, 1966 When will the next recession happen? Jim O’Neill, former chief economist at Goldman Sachs, says…

How “NO-DEAL Brexit” Would Affect the World’s Economy?

How “NO-DEAL Brexit” Would Affect the World’s Economy? What could a no-deal Brexit mean for developing countries? Main losers if there is a no-deal Brexit: European Union and Turkey. Main winners if there is a no-deal Brexit: China, USA, Japan, Thailand, South Africa, India, Brazil. Picture source: howmuch.net, UNCTAD

World’s Central Banks Are Cutting Rates

World’s Central Banks Are Cutting Rates World’s central banks are lowering interest rates, in order to boost money supply in the economy and stimulate economic growth. Picture source: Charles Schwab

FedEx Stock Price Leads World Trade Volume by Three Months

FedEx Stock Price Leads World Trade Volume by Three Months This chart suggests that FedEx is usually a good leading indicator of the world economy. You may also like “FedEx vs. World Trade.” Picture source: Deutsche Bank Global Research

FedEx vs. World Trade

FedEx vs. World Trade This great chart suggests that FedEx is usually a good leading indicator of the world economy. It leads world trade by 6 months. You may also like “FedEx Stock Price Leads World Trade Volume by Three Months.” Picture source: Nordea and Macrobond

The Top 10 Risks to the Global Economy

The Top 10 Risks to the Global Economy US-China trade conflict, US corporate debt burden, and emerging-markets crisis are the main global risks according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Picture source: World Economic Forum