Economic Tracker

Economic volatilities warrant constant visibility of macro and industry related metrics. Economic data allows for sound decision making in the realm of investments, geographic expansion and industry growth. Understanding the changing global economic, social & industrial landscape in developed and emerging countries is important to identify untapped growth opportunities.

Recognizing the need to continuously keep track of global data and developments amidst ongoing volatilities and changing dynamics, Frost & Sullivan introduces the Global Economic Tracker- Insight and Trends (GET-IT) deliverable. Providing clients with a quarterly snapshot of economic and industrial metrics through historical data as well as forecasts until 2020, it also includes an annually updated analysis of key mega-regions. These timely updates enable you to analyzing changing scenarios and modulate growth expectations, aiding in decision making.

The Global Economic Tracker-Insights and Trends (GET-IT) is a quarterly updated database of key economic and industry parameters to provide dynamic insights to track volatility and navigate uncertainties in the global economic environment.

Each GET-IT report presents short term as well as medium term forecasts along with historic data for economic and industry indicators across countries and regions. A short-term forecast is provided for next 8 quarters, estimates are provided for the current year and medium-term forecasts are made for next five years, for select indicators.

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19 Jan 2018  |  North America

North America Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 4, 2017

Strong Growth Momentum despite Uncertainty Around Regional Trade Agreement

Economic growth rate in North America increased to 2.2% in 2017 from 1.5% in 2016. Canada and the United States were among the top countries among advanced economies with GDP growth of 3.0% and 2.2% respectively, in 2017. The region’s manufacturing sector contracted by 1.2% while food & beverage registered a strong growth of 4.6%. In 2017, The ...

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29 Dec 2017  |  Africa

Emerging Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 1, 2017

Economic Outlook Challenged by Oil Production Cuts

The economic outlook for the Middle Eastern countries is challenged by the continued oil price sluggishness. The fiscal consolidation measures will continue throughout 2017 to combat deficit and is expected to ease in 2018 if oil prices uptick. On one hand, the first half of 2017 is being characterized by Saudi Arabia led oil production cut agreeme...

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29 Dec 2017  |  Africa

Emerging Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 2, 2017

Economic Diversification Remains High

Low oil prices will continue to take a toll on the economic health of the gulf economies in the second quarter of 2017. Low energy prices leading to burgeoning fiscal deficit have adversely affected Qatar’s economic prospects. Output in the oil and gas sector remained flat and GDP growth appears to have contracted in Q1 2017. The multi-year $200 ...

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29 Dec 2017  |  Africa

Emerging Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 3, 2017

Mounting Political Unrest to Lead to Economic Jeopardy

The growth outlook for the Middle East countries in Q3 2017 was somber amid burgeoning geopolitical crisis and ongoing low oil prices. The Saudi Arabian economy continued deterioration in 2017 registering negative growth rates in Q1 and Q2 2017 owing to The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) agreement on curbing oil production...

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28 Dec 2017  |  Africa

Emerging Middle East and Africa (MEA) Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 4, 2017

Political Uncertainty Weighs on Economic Outlook

Mounting geopolitical risks dampen the growth outlook for the Middle East countries despite higher oil prices and strong global growth. The intensified political instability in Saudi Arabia with the large scale operation by the Crown Prince to curb corruption led to oil price hitting over two-year high. The economy is expected to stabilize in 2018,...

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28 Dec 2017  |  Latin America

Emerging Latin America Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 4, 2017

Strong Consumption Expenditure Driving Growth

Regional economic growth in Latin America is expected to slow-down from 2.2% in 2016 to 2.15 in 2017. The region is expected to start growing strongly from 2018 with an anticipated economic growth of 2.5%. The growth with be supported by the expansion of the Manufacturing sector. Mexico and Panama are projected to register strong growth of manufact...

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28 Dec 2017  |  North America

Emerging Latin America Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 3, 2017

Stabilizing Economic Growth across the Region

Economic growth remained stable in Q3 2017 with the region recording growth of 1.9%. Chile and Colombia registered higher growth compared to Q2 2017, while Mexico and Panama’s growth slowed slightly. Decline in manufacturing and mining sector in Mexico had adversely affected the country’s economy which recorded 1.6% growth in Q3 2017. Mexico...

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28 Dec 2017  |  North America

Emerging Latin America Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 2, 2017

Changing Trade Relations to Guide Economic Growth Trajectory

In Q2 2017, growth in Latin America slowed to 1.9% compared to the growth of 2.2% in Q1 2017, as manufacturing sector shrank by 0.5% and external demand declined. Colombia, Mexico, and Panama’s economic growth declined registering 1.2%, 2.2%, and 5.4% growth, respectively, in Q1 2017. However, Panama continues to remain the fastest growing econom...

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14 Nov 2017  |  Asia Pacific

BRICS Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends Quarter 2, 2017

South Africa’s Economy Tumbles While Other BRICS Nation Rebound

Improvement in the global economic outlook helped to strengthen growth across BRICS nations. Brazil and Russia have registered positive economic growth in Q2 2017, rebounding from negative growth in Q1 2017. Brazil’s manufacturing sector recovered slowly in Q2 2017, registering a growth of 0.6% which is higher than the growth of 0.28% registered ...

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14 Nov 2017  |  Asia Pacific

BRICS Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends Quarter 4, 2017

Slow Economic Growth Sustained by Growing Exports Demand

Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) are expected to witness positive growth in Q4 2017. Public spending is anticipated to pick up in 2017. For 2017, Brazil and Russia are expected to register positive growth rates of 0.17% and 0.43% respectively, thereby recovering from the decline in 2016. Rebounding export has been the key drive...

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