Economic Indicators & Forecasting Publications

2018

  1. Conference Board Economics Watch® Economic Series Report

    January 2018 | Economics Watch Reports

    Monthly economic series report

  2. Conference Board Economics Watch® Emerging Markets View

    January 2018 | Economics Watch Reports

    The outlook for emerging market economies in 2018 remains positive, but geo-economic and political risks remain.

  3. Conference Board Economics Watch® European View

    January 2018 | Economics Watch Reports

    The Euro Area economy has stormed into 2018 at full speed. 2017 ends with a yearly output growth of 2.4 percent.

  4. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    January 2018 | Economics Watch Reports

    Passage of tax law generates further growth momentum for an already strong US Economy

  5. China Center Data Flash: Growth holds stable in November

    January 2018 | China Center Publications

    Growth remained broadly steady in November, but the deceleration in industrial production and fixed asset investment in recent months suggests that growth momentum weakened compared to the first half of 2017. 

2017

  1. Conference Board Economics Watch® Emerging Markets View

    December 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    Base outlook for emerging markets remains solid for next year despite accumulating geo-economic and political risks.

  2. Conference Board Economics Watch® European View

    December 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    The Euro Area economy ends 2017 on an expansionary path that is quite robust, and consumers are feeling the positivity.

  3. Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View

    December 2017 | Economics Watch Reports

    Progress on tax measures, along with continued strength from business and consumer confidence, will lead the economy to near 3 percent growth in 2018.

  4. China Center Chart Dive: Early signs of progress in deleveraging, but the road is long

    December 2017 | China Center Publications

    Deleveraging has long been one of China’s stated policy goals, and it was an important plank of the “supply side structural reform” program first proposed in December 2015. Yet until the first half of 2017, debt growth still outpaced nominal GDP growth.

  5. China Center Data Flash: Marginal slowdown in trend growth anticipated for 2018

    December 2017 | China Center Publications

    October data confirmed that China’s trend growth momentum is modestly weakening. Growth is likely to see marginal slowing in 2018, driven by intensifying deleveraging pressures.