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Global Economics

Our Global Economics service provides a snapshot of our views on individual countries and regions, but the main focus is on global implications and issues. The service includes timely updates on global growth, trade and inflation; forecasts for monetary policy and inflation in the largest advanced and emerging economies; and a quarterly global economic outlook. It also offers concise but detailed research on current global issues.

The subscription to this service includes 10-15 emailed publications a month, access to our online research archive and our economists, and the opportunity to attend our conferences, forums and webinars.

  • Timely analysis of leading indicators of global economic activity, trade and inflation.
  • Concise and clear summaries of our views on the major advanced economies.
  • Clear, challenging research on the key issues affecting global economic prospects.

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Publications include:

  • Global Economics Update

    Short and timely commentaries on global economic issues and events.
  • Global Trade Monitor

    Monthly snapshot of world and regional trade flows and important developments in world trade.
  • Global Inflation Watch

    Offers a unique global approach to the analysis of current and future influences on inflation.
  • Global Central Bank Watch

    Monthly analysis of monetary policy in the largest advanced economies, and a selection of emerging economies.
  • Global Economics Chart Book

    A monthly snapshot of the global economy in chart form.
  • Global Economics Focus

    Periodic “think pieces” which highlight interesting and important issues in the world economy and their implications.
  • Global Economic Outlook

    Sets out our near-term and strategic view of the world’s major economies as well as our key forecasts for each country.
  • Long-term Global Economic Outlook

    This annual publication contains insightful and non-consensus forecasts for the next twenty years for eight advanced economies and seven emerging regions covering most of the world economy. It also includes forecasts for bond, equity and currency markets and for the prices of the major commodities.

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