Monthly Barometer

2021-04-15T12:52:23+02:001 June 2020|

Rising unemployment, rumbling US-China tensions, social contract under pressure. Women leaders and greater EU integration might have some answers. Wide-ranging fiscal and monetary policy measures [...]

Monthly Barometer

2021-02-19T12:15:38+01:0031 May 2020|

Wide-ranging fiscal and monetary policy measures have succeeded in averting a global financial meltdown. To do so, by the end of this year, OECD countries [...]

Monthly Barometer

2021-04-15T12:55:33+02:001 April 2020|

Seasonal COVID-19, sub-zero oil prices and autocratic ‘strong men’ flexing their muscles all add up to a very uncertain investment environment: Is market consensus under-estimating the impact? We think so.

Monthly Barometer

2021-04-15T12:55:49+02:001 March 2020|

Covid-19 is inflicting shock of an unprecedented nature on the global economy while exacerbating many pre-existing societal failings and inequalities. Governments have no choice but [...]

Monthly Barometer

2021-04-15T12:56:01+02:001 February 2020|

To give you a sense of which global issues will shape the months to come, here are the buzzwords that appeared most frequently in the [...]

Monthly Barometer

2021-02-19T12:17:50+01:001 January 2020|

To give you a sense of which global issues will shape the months to come, here are the buzzwords that appeared most frequently in the Monthly Barometer and Weekly Selections of 2019 (in no particular order) ...

Monthly Barometer

2021-02-19T12:17:38+01:0031 December 2019|

To give you a sense of which global issues will shape the months to come, here are the buzzwords that appeared most frequently in the Monthly Barometer and Weekly Selections of 2019 (in no particular order) ...

Monthly Barometer

2021-02-19T12:17:32+01:002 December 2019|

Is the recent (slight) improvement in the global economy real and for keeps? Buoyant financial markets and many pundits think so, confident that (1) the [...]

Monthly Barometer

2021-02-19T12:17:24+01:0031 October 2019|

The global economy is now in the midst of a “synchronized slowdown” (IMF), or worse: a “synchronized stagnation”. Those who believe that the manufacturing contraction [...]

Monthly Barometer

2021-02-21T15:30:44+01:006 September 2019|

Increasingly, CEOs, investors, and policy-makers confess they are ‘flying blind’ – no one really knows what’s coming next. This might explain why despite 0 [...]

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