The coronavirus is set to have a very large short-term negative impact on world growth. But the medium-term growth outlook is more uncertain. Much...

Although the coronavirus outbreak has the capacity to unleash new inflationary forces on the global economy, it’s also exacerbating the powerful...

The surge in government debt caused by ballooning fiscal deficits is a necessary response to the coronavirus crisis. Even if governments fail to...

Global monetary growth has been its fastest for decades over recent months, but we continue to believe inflation risks are lower than many think....

Despite the third-highest income Gini coefficient among G7 nations, income inequality has not been a big issue in Japan yet.

In fact, its Gini...

Unlike in other advanced economies, Japan’s long period of low interest rates hasn’t caused high leveraging or major asset price bubbles, which...

Our long-term forecasts point to a subdued outlook for world growth. Weexpect global GDP to rise by 2.7% per year in the next decade, little...