Macroeconomics

Amidst increasing global volatility and changing market dynamics, keeping abreast of the latest macroeconomic developments and trends is vital to stay on top of your game. Timely macroeconomic inputs enable you to formulate proactive strategies vis-à-vis reactive strategies, helping you to better deal with challenges and even capitalize on opportunities arising from a volatile environment.

Frost & Sullivan’s Cross-Industries research enables you to continually track:

 

  • Country specific PESTLE Trends and implications
  • Economic and Industry Parameters
  • Pertinent Economic Issues
  • Emerging Growth Opportunities
  • Global Mega Trends

Time macroeconomic analysis accompanied by data projections helps in assessing global economic and investment conditions, decision making, and geographic expansion strategies.

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20 May 2013  |  Global

Global Economic Tracker – Insights and Trends (GET-IT) – North America Quarter 1 2013

A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

Manufacturing competitiveness in the United States is expected to improve in 2013. Due to the shale gas and shale oil revolution and a subsequent decline in natural gas prices, the US could regain its competitive advantage in 2013. The outlook for the chemicals industry for 2013 is bullish; it is expected to serve as a major driver of economic grow...

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20 May 2013  |  Global

Global Economic Tracker – Insights and Trends (GET-IT) – BRICS Quarter 1 2013

A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

The BRICS countries showed signs of slowing down in the latter half of 2012, and could continue into 2013. Brazil’s business environment is likely to be strong in 2013. Russia’s dual pricing is putting pressure on the economy, but the reduction of import tariffs on drugs and medical devices could boost its healthcare sector. The Indian Governme...

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27 May 2013  |  Global

Global Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends (GET—IT)—Emerging Europe Quarter 1, 2013

A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

Emerging Europe is expected to continue to experience sluggish growth in H1 2013 (H1 denotes the first half of the year) due to the spillover effect of the Eurozone crisis. Investor confidence will remain low. As per the European Union’s prescription, governments are to exercise stringent fiscal measures in order to limit budget deficits. This wi...

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27 May 2013  |  Global

Global Economic Tracker—Insights & Trends Rest of World (ROW) Quarter 1, 2013

A Quarterly Pulse Of Growth Opportunities

Commodity demand in Australia has been badly affected by the weakening growth in China. A reduction in government spending may help register the current account surplus by 2013. In Japan, exports are expected to be low in 2013 due to decrease in demand and the strong yen. Industrial production is likely to slow down further due to border disputes w...

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27 May 2013  |  Global

Global Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends (GET-IT)—Emerging Latin America Quarter 1, 2013

A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

The emerging countries of the Latin American region—Chile, Colombia, and Mexico—are likely to experience moderate growth during the first two quarters of 2013. Economic growth would be largely dependent on domestic demand, and increasing infrastructure investment. Growth in exports is expected to be moderate due to slow global recovery in 2013....

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28 May 2013  |  North America

Growth and Investment Opportunities in North America

Industry Convergence and Micro Booms

Operating in isolation is a thing of the past and industrial convergence appears to be the new norm. The convergence of industries such as automotive, healthcare, information technology, chemicals, and so on, has given rise to a number of niche sectors and potential growth opportunities. The United States and Canada are witnessing revolutionary tec...

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Frost & Sullivan experts get together to present a series of executive briefings on the new wave of emerging markets in the light of deceleration in growth being witnessed by the BRIC nations. The following markets will be looked at through the course of 2013 1. Turkey 2. Nigeria 3. Myanmar 4. Panama, Argentina 5. The Czech Republic, Romania ...

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19 Jun 2013  |  Global

Global Economic Tracker – Insights and Trends (GET-IT) – Western Europe Q1, 2013

A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

The Western European economy is likely to recover at a very slow pace in 2013, as economic uncertainty continues to loom. The Government of France needs to focus on reducing the fiscal deficit, increasing tax on companies, and reducing public spending in Q1 2013. Germany has succeeded in maintaining a positive trade balance and this is expected to ...

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01 Jul 2013  |  Europe

Global Economic Tracker – Insights and Trends (GET-IT) – Western Europe Quarter 4, 2012

A Quarterly Pulse Of Growth Opportunities

In 2013, Western Europe will not be characterized by an immediate recovery. The region is showing some signs of stability, with growth prospects relying more on external trade. High unemployment levels are expected to affect domestic demand and consumer spending. Germany will heavily influence the region's growth possibilities and recovery, support...

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05 Jul 2013  |  Europe

New Mega Trends in the United Kingdom

Macro-to-micro Implications of Mega Trends to 2025 on Business, Society, and Personal Lives

In the future, 81% of the UK population will be living in urban areas. There will be 200 million connected devices, and 1 in 4 British citizens will shop online, representing the highest per capita number in the world. In addition, people over the age of 65 will represent 20% of the population and constitute one of the largest consumer groups with ...

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