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The Global Barometers move in opposite directions in September. The Coincident Barometer falls for the eighth consecutive month while the Leading Barometer increases, but continues to fluctuate at a low level, signaling continued pessimism in the global economic growth perspective for the coming months.

The Global Barometers move in opposite directions in September. The Coincident Barometer falls for the eighth consecutive month while the Leading Barometer increases, but continues to fluctuate at a low level, signaling continued pessimism in the global economic growth perspective for the coming months.

The Global Barometers move in opposite directions in September. The Coincident Barometer falls for the eighth consecutive month while the Leading Barometer increases, but continues to fluctuate at a low level, signaling continued pessimism in the global economic growth perspective for the coming months.

The Economic Climate Index for Latin America falls once again with a worsening of expectations

The Economic Climate Index (ECI) for Latin America declines in the third quarter of 2022 in comparison to  the previous quarter under the influence of the significant worsening of expectations, and, to a lesser degree, evaluations on the present situation. This edition of the Survey also brings a poll on the persistent bottlenecks in the supply of inputs and raw materials, and identifies the main products that are out of stock or suffering delivery delays in the region.

The Global Barometers fall once again in August, signalling a slowdown in world growth for this quarter. The Coincident Barometer decreases for the seventh month in a row, while the Leading Barometer drops again after remaining stable in the previous month. The results reflect a bleak perspective for world economic growth in the coming months.

The Global Barometers overall continue to signal a strong deceleration in world economic growth in 2022. In July, the Coincident Barometer declines for the sixth consecutive month, while the Leading Barometer continues to be 10 points below the historical mean of 100 points. The results reflect a gloomy outlook for global economic growth in the coming months.

The Global Barometers overall continue to signal a strong deceleration in world economic growth in 2022. In July, the Coincident Barometer declines for the sixth consecutive month, while the Leading Barometer continues to be 10 points below the historical mean of 100 points. The results reflect a gloomy outlook for global economic growth in the coming months.

The Global Barometers are quite stable in June, following noticeable falls in the two previous months. The Coincident Barometer rises a little and sustains a level compatible with moderate growth of the world economy in the second quarter. However, the current stability of the Leading Barometer continues to reflect a skeptical outlook for global economic growth in the months ahead.   

The Economic Climate Index (ECI) for Latin America decreases in the second quarter of 2022 in relation to the previous quarter and to the same period in 2021. The region’s economy is doing better than at the peak of the pandemic but has not managed to recover the levels of 2019.

 

The Global Barometers fall for the second consecutive month, reflecting negative factors such as the war between Russia and Ukraine, the COVID-19 responses in China and the worldwide very high inflation. The Coincident Barometer remains below the historical mean of 100 points, while the Leading Barometer drops further from the mean, reflecting the increased risk of a more pronounced slowdown in several countries.