15th September 2017
The high demand for Indian corporate bonds is not surprising given the fact that they provide significantly higher returns than these of other big economies and rank well even in comparison with emerging markets.
6th June 2017
The country which was the fastest growing major economy in 2016 decelerated for a fifth quarter in a row with the difference between the current period and Q4 2015-16 reaching more than 3 percentage points.
2nd June 2017
Turkey recorded a positive growth in foreign visitors in April 2017 which occurs for the first time since July 2015.
26th May 2017
As the effects of demonetization come into fruition within India, our Product Specialist Prithiraj Panigrahi evaluates the implications the aftermath is having on the Indian banks and public cash levels.
25th May 2017
A wave of optimism is currently dominating the German economy, with various research institutions reporting high values of economic and business sentiment.
24th May 2017
In April the UK’s inflation rate rose to its highest since September 2013. Annual consumer price growth reached 2.7% - up from 2.3% in March. The rising cost of electricity (3.5%), along with increases in air fares, car tax and clothing contributed to the inflation’s rise. Core inflation, excluding volatile items like food, energy and tobacco, reached 2.5% in April, up from 1.8% in March.
18th May 2017
As one of the biggest economic superpowers, China's slowing industrial inflation implies several factors for the country and it's economic international relations.
17th May 2017
India is ranked as the third largest pharmaceutical industry in the world by volume. Their slow growth during FY 2016 - 2017 however has thrown a shadow of doubt over their anticipated fast development.
11th May 2017
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) met today to set monetary policy and vote on a series of economic indicators for the UK.
9th May 2017
China's manufacturing and non-manufacturing PMI fell back to 51.2 and 54, respectively in April, marking a six-month low level. The headline readings implied slowing economic expansion, though both figures were still standing above 50, a neutral level between economic contraction and expansion.