Has Asia Decoupled from Itself?
The days of equivalent growth within advanced and developing Asia (outside China, Japan, and India) are a thing of a past.
The Outlook for the Global Economy
While global growth in 2013 is set to be broadly similar to growth in 2012, growth should accelerate in 2014.
The Outlook for the UK Economy
UK growth is finally set to accelerate after many years of subpar growth.
Here Comes the Sun: Japan Rises as Europe Falls Behind
Japanese growth prospects have improved dramatically during recent months on the back of regime changes in the government and at the BOJ.
The Outlook for Canada
Weak productivity, a strong currency, and an indebted household sector all threaten to hold back the Canadian economy's growth performance during 2013.
Will the Stock Market Rally Bring an Upturn?
Despite Chinese growth continuing to slow down on a trend basis, other Asian economies should grow strongly during 2013.
How to Rescue Cyprus
The Cypriot financial sector's holdings of Greek bonds and the large amounts of Russian capital in the financial system make resolving the crisis particularly difficult.
Japan’s New Monetary Policy
The Bank of Japan is entering into an unprecedented era of expansionary monetary policy since it became it independent entity.
2013 Annual Forecast: Have Financial Markets Become Complacent?
Optimism about the advanced economies' growth prospects has run ahead of economic data during recent months.
Will the US Avert the Fiscal Cliff?
Regardless of the exact contours of the final fiscal cliff deal that is struck, fiscal drag will constrain US growth during 2013.
Part II-When Does the Deleveraging Begin?
Despite the fact that the Eurozone is likely to come through this crisis, the need to deleverage dramatically will constrain regional growth during the next half-decade.
Part I-Fiscal Union or Dissolution: What History and Economic Theory Can Tell Us about the Eurozone Crisis
The presence of the ECB is what makes the Eurozone more likely to survive this crisis than to fall apart.
Still Muddling Through: Will Innovative Monetary Policy Revive the Global Economy?
Limp growth in major economies has forced central bankers to pursue unconventional forms of easing as they face the zero lower-bound constraint.
Mark Zoff Speech: The Outlook for the Global Economy
The growth outlook for developing economies is still brighter than for advanced economies, but future risks are rising.
Can the US Economy Regain Momentum?
Growth disappointed across most regions through the mid-point of 2012.