Economic Pulse of the World

The Economic Pulse of the World - December 2016

2016 has been a turbulent year, with a number of global events, such as Brexit and the US presidential elections, influencing the global economic situation. Despite all the calamity of the outgoing year, all three Ipsos Global @dvisor economic assessment averages are finishing on a positive note.

The Economic Pulse of the World - November 2016

The average global economic assessment of national economies surveyed in 25 countries is down one point with 40% of global citizens rating their national economies as ‘good’.

The Economic Pulse of the World - October 2016

Six Southeast Asian countries were added to the October wave of the Global @dvisor: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam.

The Economic Pulse of the World - September 2016

After gaining ground over the past two waves, the national economic assessment average remains unchanged this month, as 41% of global citizens describe the current economic situation in their country as “good”. Most notable change in the country-level ratings comes from Saudi Arabia (78%), who lost…

The Economic Pulse of the World - August 2016

The national economic assessment average us up one point since last sounding, with four in ten (41%) global respondents describing the current economic situation in their country as “good”. The average is up across most regions of the world, with Latin America (29%, +4pts.) leading the pack,…

The Economic Pulse of the World - July 2016

Last month Great Britain voted in a national referendum to leave the European Union. While the true impact of “Brexit” is not yet known, the global economic assessment average is up two points this month, with four in 10 (40%) global citizens rating their national economies as “good”. Except for…

The Economic Pulse of the World - June 2016

After posting gains for three months in a row, the national economic assessment average is down one point this month, with 38% of global citizens rating their national economic situation as “good”.

The Economic Pulse of the World - May 2016

Global Economic Pulse Welcomes Malta This Month. The average global economic assessment of national economies surveyed in 25 countries is up one point with 39% of global citizens rating their national economies as ‘good’.

The Economic Pulse of the World - April 2016

The national economic assessment average is showing signs of recovery. With positive gains for a second month in a row, 38% of global citizens view their current economic situation as “good”, up one point since last sounding.

The Economic Pulse of the World - March 2016

The average global economic assessment of national economies surveyed in 25 countries is up one point with 37% of global citizens rating their national economies as ‘good’.