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25 February 2022

Global Industrial Production data Q1 2022

Commodity Market Report

Global Industrial Production data Q1 2022

Wood Mackenzie forecasts annual Industrial Production (IP) indices to the year 2050 for 68 key economies. Forecasts are updated on a quarterly basi...

24 March 2022

China economic focus March 2022: is the 5.5% GDP growth target achievable?

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China economic focus March 2022: is the 5.5% GDP growth target achievable?

The Chinese government has set the country’s GDP growth target for 2022 at around 5.5%. The target surprised the market on the upside, and is also ...

01 February 2022

Global exchange rate outlook Q1 2022

Commodity Market Report

Global exchange rate outlook Q1 2022

Exchange rates have a critical impact on the cost structure of the resource industry. To improve clarity on the macroeconomic forecasts that underp...

28 February 2022

Global economic outlook Q1 2022: soft landing

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Global economic outlook Q1 2022: soft landing

In this Insight, we outline the highlights and drivers of our macroeconomic outlook Q1 2022. The global economy is set for a soft landing in 2022 a...

25 January 2022

China economic focus January 2022: what to look for this year

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China economic focus January 2022: what to look for this year

The Chinese economy is facing more challenges in 2022 from both internal and external markets. We’ve identified four areas to watch from the macroe...

23 November 2021

Global GDP data Q4 2021

Commodity Market Report

Global GDP data Q4 2021

Wood Mackenzie forecasts annual real GDP (constant 2010 US$) and GDP growth to the year 2050 by country for the world. Forecasts are updated on a q...

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