ifo World Economic Climate Index 1st quarter 2019

ifo World Economic Climate Index from 1st quarter 2017 to 1st quarter 2019 (base year 2005 = 100)

ifo World Economic Climate Index 1st quarter 2019 The statistic shows the ifo World Economic Climate Index from the first quarter 2017 to the first quarter of 2019. In the first quarter of 2019, the ifo World Economic Climate Index reached a value of -13.1.
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Apart from gross domestic product, other indicators for the state of the world economy are GDP per capita and the GDP growth rate, inflation rate, unemployment rate, median income (which shows the purchasing power parity of a country) and trade balance (imports and exports). Global debt, as calculated from the amount of national debt of all countries, is also an important factor.

One term that is inevitably connected to the global economy is “globalization”, the global expansion of national or local economy. Globalization is a controversial topic. Many critics believe that it leads to the demise of local businesses and industries and thus only benefits large companies and conglomerates, who, in their aim to expand, open subsidiaries all over the world. A significant part of globalization is outsourcing, which leads to job loss in certain areas and cheap labor in others.

The global economy suffered a setback in 2009 when the financial crisis hit and left several countries in severe financial distress. Growth of the global gross domestic product / gdp shows a deficit that year, but it has been back to stable values since.
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ifo World Economic Climate Index from 1st quarter 2017 to 1st quarter 2019 (base year 2005 = 100)

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1st quarter 2017 to 1st quarter 2019Index value (2005 = 100)
Q1 '19-13.1
Q4 '18-2.2
Q3 '182.9
Q2 '1816.5
Q1 '1826
Q4 '1717.1
Q3 '1713.2
Q2 '1713.5
Q1 '173
1st quarter 2017 to 1st quarter 2019Index value (2005 = 100)
Q1 '19-13.1
Q4 '18-2.2
Q3 '182.9
Q2 '1816.5
Q1 '1826
Q4 '1717.1
Q3 '1713.2
Q2 '1713.5
Q1 '173
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The statistic shows the ifo World Economic Climate Index from the first quarter 2017 to the first quarter of 2019. In the first quarter of 2019, the ifo World Economic Climate Index reached a value of -13.1.
The global economy and globalization

The global economy includes the economies of all nations and countries. Its key figures and values are often represented in US dollars; the United States is the world’s largest economy, leading the ranking of the countries with the largest gross domestic product / GDP. Gross domestic product is considered to be the most important factor when it comes to an economy’s strength and power.

Apart from gross domestic product, other indicators for the state of the world economy are GDP per capita and the GDP growth rate, inflation rate, unemployment rate, median income (which shows the purchasing power parity of a country) and trade balance (imports and exports). Global debt, as calculated from the amount of national debt of all countries, is also an important factor.

One term that is inevitably connected to the global economy is “globalization”, the global expansion of national or local economy. Globalization is a controversial topic. Many critics believe that it leads to the demise of local businesses and industries and thus only benefits large companies and conglomerates, who, in their aim to expand, open subsidiaries all over the world. A significant part of globalization is outsourcing, which leads to job loss in certain areas and cheap labor in others.

The global economy suffered a setback in 2009 when the financial crisis hit and left several countries in severe financial distress. Growth of the global gross domestic product / gdp shows a deficit that year, but it has been back to stable values since.
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Release date
February 2019
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
1st quarter 2017 to 1st quarter 2019
Supplementary notes
World Economic Climate Index: Arithmetic mean of the assessement of current situation and the expected world economy development.

The CESifo Group is assembled of the Center for Economic Studies (CES), the Ifo Institute for Economic Research and the CESifo GmbH (Munich Society for the Advancement of Economics). The acronym ICC stands for the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris.
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