The global economy is fracturing into China- and US-aligned blocs, reshaping interactions between and within economies and markets as geopolitics holds greater sway over policy than it has in a generation. Our Spotlight 2022 work shows what fracturing could mean for your strategy as it presents a striking new picture of what the global economy will look like by mid-century.
As fracturing continues to shape economies and markets, we'll be updating this section with research related to our coverage.
Middle East Economics Weekly
US-Saudi relations, Lebanon maritime deal, Tunisia crisis
The past week has brought further evidence that the relationship between Saudi Arabia and the US has soured after OPEC+ opted to cut oil quotas – Saudi Arabia is clearly leaning away from the US orbit...