Recession risks are growing – what next?
The global economy remains under the omen of recession. Growth has been patchy at best in recent months. Some policymakers are starting to see this worrying picture more clearly. However, until policy comes in to boost growth and economic activity normalises itself, what can investors do to profit from the current macro backdrop?
The global economy is at a crossroads. The macro backdrop continues to puzzle investors. This webinar unpacks the complexities of the current environment.
The global macroeconomic backdrop is becoming more volatile. For investors to be successful, KKR’s recommended approach is to keep it simple: back to fundamentals.
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US-China tensions and the war in Ukraine are accelerating geopolitical shifts which, in turn, impact the outlook for global growth.
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The high climate vulnerability of developing countries and their difficulties in repaying debt are threats to global financial stability and growth.
Globally, the balance of risks remains tilted to the downside. The U.S. economy is not out of the storm yet, and the boost from China has already happened.
The global economy has reached a critical and perilous juncture. Policymakers and investors are facing a unique constellation of challenges.
China’s economic ties with the Gulf States have undergone significant changes in recent years. These developments will have long-term implications for the global economy.
What will the Fed policymakers do next? What will the future of the U.S. dollar look like? These are some of the questions answered in this interview.
One of the key findings of this paper is that most inflation fluctuations are demand driven and co-move with the output gap.
A complete chart-pack with the most relevant statistics underpinning the UK economy, perfect for investors interested in the country’s economic outlook.
Which EU economies are most vulnerable to climate change risks? This in-depth paper provides a compelling analysis in answering this question.
The manufacturing sector plays a significant role in the Indian economy. Of late several factors, such as competition from new tech-based players, have impacted the sector.