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- Nov 05 2019
Global Risk Survey: 1 in 5 chance of global recession
Pessimism over global economic prospects remains elevated, based on our latest survey of risk perceptions. Businesses now attach a 1 in 5 chance to global recession next year.
- Nov 05 2019
Stable global inventories offer a glimmer of hope
Recessions don’t happen without significant inventory drawdowns, not in the advanced economies nor in the emerging markets.
- Nov 05 2019
Bolivia: Morales’ worst instincts may not have a limit
The Supreme Electoral Court has controversially declared that left-wing incumbent Evo Morales won the October 20 elections outright and will be Bolivia’s president for a fourth consecutive mandate.
- Nov 04 2019
United States: Nearly 10/10 foresight for our top ten calls for 2019
As the year comes to close, it’s time to review how our top 10 calls for 2019 turned out. Our forecast was quite accurate in predicting the longest economic expansion on record along with a gradual GD...
- Nov 01 2019
United States: Macro Musings: A job engine that won't quit
A hectic pace of news on the economic and policy fronts took center stage this week. Unlike most previous reports, the economic data this week surprised on the upside. Third- quarter growth was a tad...
The Drivers of Housing Affordability
Our report reveals the key drivers of increasing house prices and rents and analyzes the role played by short-term rentals with regard to housing affordability.
The contribution of BAE Systems to the UK economy
In 2018 BAE Systems sustained 124,000 jobs in the UK, supported a £9.3 billion contribution to GDP and a total tax contribution of £2.4 billion to the Exchequer.
In the media
From next June, the African Continental Free Trade Area #AfCFTA aims to bring together 54 African countries with a population of over one billion and a combined GDP of over $3 trillion. We explore the implications in a new analysis with Baker McKenzie: bit.ly/3331Rst
In the big data era, #trust has become the defining issue for organizations, reshaping their offerings and even their business models. This key finding is explored in our new C-Suite study with IBM's Institute for Business Value @IBMIBV Find out more: bit.ly/2KDDwmE
Our analysis of the persistent shortage of safe assets for investors is also highlighted on Bloomberg by the excellent @johnauthers : bloomberg.com/opinion/articl… via @bopinion
The @FT and @TomStub highlight our recent #StrategicAssetAllocation research from @TukkerMichiel of our strategy service examining why a global shortage of safe assets is set to worsen in coming years, despite increasing issuance of US #Treasuries #USTs: on.ft.com/2KHiJia
The Hays Global #Skills Index 2019/20, produced with OE, analyses the challenges facing organisations in their labour market as they search for the most sought-after talent. Read the full report at: bit.ly/35j4wQ7
AR promises to make all the world a stage for immersive experiences. Check out our latest study bit.ly/331bPKY to see how AR adopters are already capitalizing on AR’s ability to deliver improved business outcomes #AR #RealReality #Augmented #AI
In #Japan the ratio of large companies' current profits to assets has hit a record high. This is due to rising income from overseas operations and we expect this to continue, which will help to stabilize profits in the long run: bit.ly/2r7X4Zq