Wednesday, 17 May 2023
Our chart-pack contains the most relevant macroeconomic graphs in one place, clearly structured and organized for a wide range of economic and financial market indicators and analytical content. Additionally, we provide regional and country level data as well as international comparisons to allow you to contrast financial and macro indicators across countries.
For example, take a look at the chart with the 1-year credit default swaps of the US and Germany. The cost of insuring exposure to United States sovereign debt rose to the highest level ever lately over market jitters that the debt ceiling won’t be raised on time, causing the US government to default on its debt obligations. And yet it seems that the situation is still not urgent enough for US politicians; this is why we do not expect a breakthrough over the next one or two weeks. Hence, those nerves will likely persist in the bond markets and, at some point, it is possible that they will partially spill over to the stock markets. For a comprehensive fundamental and political analysis, see both our most recent Global Financial Market Outlook and Global Political Risks report.
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