While risk assets are being carried by the tailwinds of strengthening global trade prospects, a policy-led weakening of the US dollar, and vaccine...

Inflation is picking up across advanced economies (AEs) and emerging markets (EMs), but the data suggests this will again prove temporary. We see...

Mediterranean countries suffered some of the largest GDP losses experienced in the eurozone last year, due in part to the collapse in tourism. In...

The combined impact of Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic means we now expect UK growth to average just 1.2% a year in the 2020s. The damage from...

Our US Recovery Tracker rose 1.2ppts to 81.9 in the week ended Feb. 12 – its highest level since October. Improving health dynamics remained...

Infrastructure outages from the mid-February winter storm caused massive disruptions to life in Texas, but damage to the US economy won’t be...

In cooperation with IBM's Institute for Business Value, we surveyed 300 IT and OT leaders responsible for the security of their organizations’...

Concerns about ‘overtourism’ have grown in recent years, especially in European destinations. There is no widely accepted definition of...

With January’s detailed inflation report showing that transitory factors causedmuch of the month’s surprisingly large rise, a partial retracement...

The government’s roadmap for exiting lockdown takes a gradual approach to relaxing restrictions. Combined with other factors, including the rapid...