The Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) has predicted Germany’s GDP will fall by 0.6 percentage points over 2023, a sharp revision to previous predictions. One of the most-prominent economic organisations on the continent, the IWH has called its new forecast a “strong downward revision” of 0.9 percentage points. It cited a slower recovery in […]
Inflation on the continent may be starting to slow after months above 10%, according to the latest figures. Inflation in the European area fell to 7% in April, down from 10.1% in November. Quoting statistics from Eurostat, however, French newspaper Le Monde warned that food prices – the sentiment barometer of most consumers – remain […]
‘Significant headwinds and rising costs of living threaten the recovery and economic success’
As trade tensions hammer country’s industrial sector, investors hope consumer demand will help support growth
Beijing lowered its growth targets last week as exports recorded their sharpest year-on-year decline in three years
China pulled out better than anticipated growth over the second quarter, leading analysts to speculate it could have greater momentum moving forward.
Today’s eurozone data certainly gives investors something to think about. Should the action that follows this thinking be a raising of your European equities weighting?
2017 has been heralded by asset managers as the year of accelerating global growth. But CEOs aren’t having any of it. Uncertain economic growth is their top concern for this year.
Japan has reported third quarter annualised GDP growth of 2.2%.
China has reported annualised gross domestic product growth of 6.7% for the third quarter, in line with market expectations and the government’s own forecasts. But market watchers are suspicious about the medium-term outlook.