Economic Tracker Market Research Reports

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.

  1. 13 May 2015  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa  |  Economic and Databases

    Global Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends (GET-IT)—Emerging Middle East and Africa Quarter 4, 2014

    A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

    The Middle-East and African countries are likely to see modest growth during the first half of 2015 with GDP growth of around 4 per cent, which is lower than the region’s potential. Sluggish global recovery, weak hydrocarbon prices, and several structural instabilities in the domestic market are likely to dampen growth. However, macroeconomic im...

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