Ungated Post | 18 Aug 2020

Global business pulse

The Global business pulse is the first index to track the health of mid-sized companies at a global, regional, country and sector level.

The Global business pulse provides a complete view of mid-market health and future prospects at a global, regional, sector and country level, while sub-indices provide a view of a number of dimensions that contribute towards this health.

The index draws on indicators from a long-running survey of almost 10,000 mid-market business leaders across 29 economies. This sentiment-based survey asks business leaders a series of questions about their expectations over the next 12 months, and provides data going back ten years.

The index is constructed from two equally weighted sub-indices:

Outlook: This sub-index shows the outlook for mid-market businesses, and consists of 10 indicators covering future business conditions (including growth), economic optimism, and future investment intentions.

Restrictions: This sub-index shows the extent of restrictions to mid-market growth and consists of 10 indicators covering demand and supply constraints and economic uncertainty.

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Oxford Economics’ team is expert at applying advanced economic tools that provide valuable insights into today’s most pressing business, financial, and policy issues.

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