Nordic Chartbook December

Posted by Neal Kilbane on Dec 17, 2020

As small open economies, the Nordic nations are particularly exposed to the slowdown in activity across Europe as many of its most important...

Artificial intelligence presents one of the greatest leadership challenges of our times—44% of respondents in our latest study conducted in...

London Monitor

Posted by Richard Holt on Dec 16, 2020

With a second lockdown implemented across England for the month of November, we have revised our estimate for London’s GVA downwards, to show a...

Following the recent turbulent political and economic developments in Hong Kong, we expect Singapore to focus on strengthening its specialty areas...

The 2020 pandemic exacerbated Latin America’s main weaknesses – weak trend growth and rising public debts - opening the door for populism to...

Although the 382 metropolitan statistics areas (metros) in the US take up less than 30% of the nation’s land area, they account for close to 90%...

2020 has been an incredibly difficult year for the Travel & Tourism industry, with the coronavirus outbreak reaching all countries and causing...

The eurozone economy has been one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, but we expect the 2021 rebound to be the strongest in its...

As the recovery matures, we expect private sector spending to step up in 2021 while policy support retreats. Meanwhile, as China embarks on its...

The lost migration as a result of the pandemic will have lasting and uneven impacts across the economy. Reduced labour market capacity from...