Economic & Financial Indicators

The “Weekend Herald” last Saturday showed the Associated Press’ Global Economy Tracker which monitors economic and financial data in 30 countries which represents more than 80 per cent of global output. With the A2 exam approaching some of these figures might be of use in essays when talking about current extremes in the global economy. It also makes interesting reading when you consider the frequency of which some countries appear in the positive and negative side of the indicators – Switzerland, Greece, Japan, and the Scandinavian countries.

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