18th April 2018
As of 2016 the population of the 28 members of the European Union amounted to 511.5mn people or around 69% of the total population of the continent. While the majority of the EU countries are held in high regard in terms of their quality of life, there are considerable demographic issues that have been bothering the EU for decades – low birth rates, ageing population and high emigration.
19th July 2017
China broke manufacturing records for steel and aluminium in Q2 of 2017, meeting the intended expansion target for the quarter.
18th July 2017
In terms of its foreign trade, Ukraine has gradually started to recover from the political crisis of 2014 – with a notable shift in trade relations from the CIS countries to Europe and Asia.
14th July 2017
USA hiring has picked up in the month of June despite disappointing wage gains.
12th July 2017
The EU and Japan have recently decided upon a trade agreement which will change the landscape of international trading around the world from as early as 2019.
5th July 2017
The construction sector, one of the key drivers of Brazil's economic growth in the past decade, is undergoing a profound restructuring.
4th July 2017
After 17 years, India has finally introduced it's Goods and Services tax (GST) which aims to unify the system of indirect taxes which up to now has varied greatly among states. Research Analyst Georgi Ninov looks at the effects the GST has instantly had on the market and the Indian economy.
30th June 2017
Economists have been surprised as China's PMI strengthens through the month of June, beating expectations. There are varying factors that have contributed and hindered this however...
28th June 2017
Australia has experienced a continuously positive GDP growth for the last 26 years despite being surrounded by international economic turmoil, especially in recent years. Is this long run about to come to an end with a first look analysis on Australia in the beginning months of 2017?