The data making headlines
This chart pack covers: - European inflation rates, financial stress, and bond market volatility - The Fed tightening cycle and different aspects of the US labour market - US consumer sentiment
The first three charts in this week’s edition derive from Macrobond/FactSet Equity Factor Aggregates, which allows you to understand the aggregate trends and valuations of global equity markets.
This week’s charts shed a light on the current inflation and the outlook for the Chinese economy. Of particular note are some recent data additions: the New York Fed supply chain index and Scope ratings.
This week’s charts show the evolution of the pandemic and its impact on consumer behaviour, as well as on predictions for the US economy using our new, premium revision history data.
This week’s charts show the divergence between the US and eurozone recovery, distortions in the labour market and forecast revisions.
High-frequency data show a severe deceleration of economic activity in the UK as cases of Omicron surge. See what our charts show plus global inflation, US GDP and the relationship between interest rates and inflation.
This week’s charts include US interest rate data and labour market indicators, the recent policy rate decision in Brazil, and travel data for Singapore.
Parts of Europe are back in lockdown amid a resurgence of Covid-19 cases. See what our charts this week show, plus exchange rate models, PPP theory and the gap between US GDP and GDI.
This week’s charts focus on the booming US economy and urban revival, as well as agriculture in Australia and the impact of Brexit on UK trade.
Global bond markets have moved significantly over the last two weeks as some central banks started hiking rates. Our charts this week show the effect on yields.
One major event this week was Tesla’s market capitalisation surging to more than 1 trillion USD. See what our charts show plus ESG, real estate, currency and COVID-19 data.
China has been one of the biggest profiteers and its GDP share is now approaching 20% of global. See what our charts show plus equity, inflation and ESG data.
This week's charts focus on historical time series. See what our charts shown from global historic accounts plus inflation and equity data.
According to long-run projections, the Chinese economy will overtake the US economy in nominal terms by 2030. See what our charts shown plus equity, labour market and Covid-19 data.
Energy prices have surged recently, and the UK economy is particularly affected since the truck driver shortage due to Brexit is causing further supply chain disruptions. See what our charts show plus ESG, real estate and international travel data.