Despite the ongoing crisis in the Middle East and continuing tensions between Russia and the United States, the global average for national economic assessment remains unchanged for the second month in a row; the local economic assessment average is up one point since last sounding; and the future…
Perceptions of the current economic situation around the world are improving slightly this month, with four in 10 respondents rating their national economy as good. The local economy assessment holds steady, as does optimism for the near future.
Overriding the positive trend noted in the previous Economic Pulse report, the last month of 2014 closed on the negative note with all three economic assessment indicators down since last month and down two points since October 2014..
Starting the new year on a positive note, all three economic indicators are on the upward trend erasing the losses of the previous wave.
Global Economic Pulse Welcomes Israel This Month.
Continuing a downward trend, the average global economic assessment of national economies surveyed in 24 countries is down one point as 39% of global citizens rate their national economies to be ‘good’.
After losing ground in each of the past two waves, the national economic assessment is on the rise once again with four in 10 (41%) global citizen consumers rating the state of their national economy as “good”, up two points since last sounding. While the local economy assessment (31%) remains idle…
After gaining two points last sounding, the national economic assessment is down one point this month with four in 10 (41%) global citizens rating their national economies as good. For a third month in a row there is no change in the local economic assessment; and the future local assessment is…
The national economic assessment average improves one point since last sounding, as four in 10 (41%) global citizens rate their national economies as “good”.
For the second month in a row, the national economic assessment average is up one point, as four in ten (42%) global citizens assess the current economic situation in their country as “good”.