On Tuesday afternoon, the Border Region Modeling Project (BRMP) at the University of Texas at El Paso released long-term projections for demographics, labor markets, business activity, economic performance and more in the region in “Long-term economic trends from Borderplex to 2049”. The new report is the first long-term economic forecastRead More →

RICHMOND, Ind. – Last year, Indiana University’s annual panel of business experts predicted good economic news coming in 2020 around the world. Of course, that was before the birth of COVID-19. “A microscopic virus has entered the picture, and instead of growing economic activity, we are experiencing a global recessionRead More →

Dublin, September 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “China Cherry Imports Research Report 2020-2024” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. According to the report, in 2019, the domestic cherry production was 1.13 million tons in China, while the import volume of cherries was 193.59 thousand tons, which means import dependenceRead More →

Dublin, September 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “China Cherry Imports Research Report 2020-2024” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. According to the report, in 2019, the domestic cherry production was 1.13 million tons in China, while the import volume of cherries was 193.59 thousand tons, which means import dependenceRead More →

DUBLIN, February 24, 2020 / PRNewswire / – The “The banking sector in Nigeria“ report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report on from Nigeria The banking sector covers financial institutions which include banks, other lending, leasing, loyalty and reward programs, as well as central banks. The report includes comprehensiveRead More →

By Katie Rapone, Editor-in-Chief of Mile High CRE Thursday January 16, SMPS Colorado held their 2020 Economic Forecast luncheon at a modern new location, the Kimpton Hotel Born in downtown Denver. Industry experts discussed the economic, labor, real estate and global trends that will shape our economy and the constructionRead More →

10th Annual Inland Empire Economic Forecasting Conference: Housing remains the greatest immediate and longer term challenge; Despite some impacts of the trade war and the consternation of the yield curve, neither will lead to a slowdown in 2020. Riverside, California – Operating at “full employment” and with an unemployment rateRead More →

DUBAI, October 28, 2019 (WAM) – The Dubai International Financial Center, DIFC, today hosted the launch of the October 2019 report on the International Monetary Fund’s Regional Economic Outlook for the Middle East, South Africa North, Afghanistan and Pakistan. The report shows that the growth impact in the MENAP regionRead More →

ST. GEORGE – Utah has created more than 45,000 new jobs in the past year and “continues to be a strong economic environment,” according to one of the state’s leading economists. The Utah Department of Workforce Services released its June employment report Friday morning and noted that overall employment inRead More →

The global economy is poised for economic growth comparable to that of recent years, but with a somewhat different texture. European countries will do a little better, Asian countries just a little worse, and natural resource-based economies much worse. Last month, the International Monetary Fund released its World Economic Outlook,Read More →