Cyber crime continues to create significant costs for companies globally, but understanding the risk means going beyond a formulaic assessment of policies.
Global growth appears to be losing momentum in some regions, particularly in Asia and Europe. We examine the three factors that we believe to be driving the slowdown and whether these are likely to have a permanent or temporary effect.
Our new analysis can quantify the physical impact climate change has on companies around the world. The costs could be considerable.
Economic and Strategy Viewpoint
This month we look at why the world economy is entering a spell of slower growth, explore some of the consequences of Brexit and explain why currency war concerns are overblown.
A new theory about the US dollar is challenging the way economists and markets think about currencies. It has particularly important implications for emerging market asset classes.