These special research collections highlight the issues shaping global macroeconomic and market outcomes now and over the long term.
Global Housing Boom to Bust
In this special collection of content from across our global coverage highlights key research to help you understand the global and country-level macroeconomic risks around falling house prices, showing how they will affect economic activity and how policymakers are likely to respond.
UK Market Mayhem
Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng's disastrous "mini-Budget" panicked global markets, forcing the Bank of England to intervene to avert catastrophe in the financial system. Here's the key research on the domestic and global implications of the government's spending plans, including its impact on monetary and fiscal policy making and the UK growth outlook.
The Fracturing of the Global Economy
Our annual deep dive into the big themes which will shape economies and markets in the coming decades. This year's report and online events explore the emergence of US and China-led economic blocs and asks what this will mean for global flows of trade, capital, technology and people, as well as for climate change.