The Northern Trust Economics team shares its outlook for growth, inflation and interest rates.
The world needs a stronger World Trade Organization.
How high do interest rates have to go to control inflation?
What will be the Fed's next steps after a rapid course correction?
Not all value strategies have benefited equally during value stocks’ recent outperformance versus growth stocks.
Japan zero-inflation mindset is no match for today's price pressures.
A cooler housing market isn't a bad outcome.
Strong employment and spending will help the economy grow through current shocks.
Wedding costs reflect the myriad forces that have driven inflation upward.
Policymakers and forecasters were slow to change their mindset about inflation.
The Northern Trust Economics team shares its outlook for key markets in the month ahead.
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RMB depreciation won't offer much support to Chinese growth.
The Fed has set the stage for a series of rapid rate hikes.
The Fed will need some luck on its side to deliver another soft landing.
Draghi has put the Italian economy back on track, but challenges remain.
Drug abuse and long-haul COVID are obstacles to getting back to work.
The risk of an imminent recession is low, but next year is anyone's guess.
The dollar is not as dominant as it was two decades ago, but is still the leading global currency.
China's zero-COVID approach will undermine its position as the supply chain hub of the world.
What role do financial statements play in climate change?
The first quarter of 2022 brought violence that rocked communities – and markets – internationally. We look at what aftershocks may still be yet to come.
Output is not falling, but the amount of energy required to fuel that activity is diminishing.
The Federal Reserve’s first rate hike in years has sparked bond volatility, pushing investors to search for yield elsewhere.
The yield curve's movements are unlikely to change the Fed's course.
India's economic links with Russia leave it in a delicate position.
The war in Ukraine will weigh on the rest of Europe.
Fuel prices keep consumers focused on inflation.
The Northern Trust Economics team shares its outlook for growth and interest rates in a context of high inflation.
With no end to Russia’s attack on Ukraine in sight, energy and agriculture are feeling the strain.
Price shocks are a boon for some emerging markets, while a curse for others.
Losing Russia and Ukraine's commodity exports is a risk to supply chains and inflation.
What are the consequences of taking Russia's international payments offline?
Russia's actions will have immediate and long-term ramifications.
This week's biggest news adds to the complications in energy markets.
Consumer spending and borrowing have rebounded, and delinquencies have not.
Inflation in the housing market will continue to build.
As tensions between Russia and Ukraine mount, so too does market volatility.
The Northern Trust Economics team shares its outlook for inflation and how the Federal Reserve will react.
The size and timing of QT will depend on financial conditions and the evolution of inflation.
The macroeconomic picture still doesn't support the case for monetary tightening in the eurozone.
Ongoing labor market shifts are a risk to economic growth.
Spurred by rate hike concerns, geopolitical tensions and more, markets saw a 10% correction intra-day today – find out how that impacts our outlook.