Why The Stock Market Hasn’t Crashed Yet Because Of China’s Slowing...

Traders continue to surprisingly laugh in the face of China’s economic slowdown, which is in large part being fueled by the trade war with the U.S. And as long as...

Mapped: The World’s Top 10 Cities in 2035

If you’ve ever flown cross-country in a window seat, chances are, the bright lights at night have caught your eye. From above, the world tells its own story—as concentrated...

Visualized: The Esports Journey to Mainstream

View a high-resolution version of this graphic here. From agrarian economy to global superpower in half a century—China’s transformation has been an economic success story unlike any other. Today, China is...

The Future of Nanotechnology in Medicine

Pharmaceuticals have come a long way since the apothecary days of prescribing cocaine drops for toothaches, or dispensing tapeworm diet pills. Today, medical breakthroughs like antibiotics and vaccines save millions...

The People’s Republic of China: 70 Years of Economic History

View a high-resolution version of this graphic here. From agrarian economy to global superpower in half a century—China’s transformation has been an economic success story unlike any other. Today, China is...

US Q3 GDP Growth Expected To Match Q2’s Modest Gain

This month’s upcoming estimate of third-quarter economic growth for the US is on track to stabilize at a modest pace, matching the gain in Q2, based on the median...

Markets Face Major Paradigm Shifts As Recession Approaches

Major paradigm shifts are occurring in the global economy, as I describe in a new analysis for ICIS Chemical Business Over the past 25 years, the budget process has tended to assume...

The Relentless March to Recession

“Show me the data,” demand those who cannot see a recession forming all around them and who keep parroting what they are told about the economy being strong because...

The Most Miserable Countries in the World

Some people believe that happiness comes from within. In the world of economics, however, happiness may be more linked to quantitative factors such as inflation, lending rates, employment levels,...

Hiring At US Companies Remained Modest In September

Private payrolls in the US increased 114,000 in September, slightly below an upwardly revised gain of 122,000 in the previous month, the Labor Department reports. The latest round of...

Mapped: The World’s Largest Exporters in 2018

Earlier this month, we showed you the world’s $86 trillion economy broken down by country, using nominal GDP calculations. While this is one useful way to view the global economic...

Ranked: Countries with the Most Sustainable Energy Policies

Earlier this month, we showed you the world’s $86 trillion economy broken down by country, using nominal GDP calculations. While this is one useful way to view the global economic...