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Global Growth and BRIC Economies

Annual GDP growth forecast by IMF WEO, World Bank and EIU
An era of globalisation that boosted economic growth in developing countries for many years is shifting to an era of deglobalisation with increased protectionism. Many success stories in the recent decades have followed upon growth in trade and exports. The big four developing economies of the 20th century are Brazil, Russia, India and China, collectively known as the BRIC economies.

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The Week Ahead in Charts – Week of September 7th, 2020

This chart pack covers the macroeconomic data releases that we’re looking forward to in the week of September 7th.

If you’re not a Macrobond user and you want to track the data updates in a chart, you can use Macrobond Live (It’s free!). Click “TRACK UPDATES” below the chart and then save it to your watchlist.

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Financialization and Its Potential Pitfalls

The term financialization loosely describes the macroeconomic process in which the financial sector gains in importance in the economy. The term usually carries a negative connotation, probably a result of the various financial crises and boom and bust cycles that Emerging Markets but also some advanced economies have experienced in recent decades.
However, this is somewhat unfortunate because modern economic growth would not have been possible without financial development and financial engineering.

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The Week Ahead in Charts – Week of August 31st, 2020

This chart pack covers the macroeconomic data releases that we’re looking forward to this week. If you’re not a Macrobond user and you want to track the data updates in a chart, you can use Macrobond Live (It’s free!). Click “TRACK UPDATES” below the chart and then save it to your watchlist.

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The Week Ahead in Charts – Week of August 24th, 2020

This chart pack covers the macroeconomic data releases that we’re looking forward to this week. To make sure you always have the latest data included in your favorite chart, click the button below the chart to add it to your own watchlist in Macrobond Live. You can save up to 20 charts for free for as long as you like, and you can switch them out depending on which you find most interesting for the moment.

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The Week Ahead in Charts – Week of August 17th, 2020

This chart pack covers the macroeconomic data releases that we’re looking forward to this week. To make sure you always have the latest data included in your favorite chart, click the button below the chart to add it to your own watchlist in Macrobond Live. You can save up to 20 charts for free for as long as you like, and you can switch them out depending on which you find most interesting for the moment.

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