Infographics

 

 

We provide our clients with our latest macroeconomic and insolvency infographics.

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The Economic Impact of Rio 2016: 

A false start for Brazil

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​Brexit 

6 countries which would be most affected

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Euro 2016 

The Economic Dream Team​​

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Copa America 2016 

The Pan-American Economic Team

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THE TRADE EUROVISION

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The World Economy in 2016​​​

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INSOLVENCY OUTLOOK - Q1 2016 UPDATES

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Brazil Exports: to the top 10 partners by sector

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International debt collection: The good, the bad and the ugly

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A rotten apple can spoil the barrel: Payment terms, past dues, non-payments and insolvencies: What to expect in 2015?

Business Insolvency Worldwide

As we are all closing our books for 2014, it is time to take stock on what has happened for businesses around the world, especially when it comes to past dues, non-payments and insolvencies. We have good news: worldwide, insolvencies decreased by -12% this year and past dues have also decreased for the first time since 2011 by almost -30%.
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The Global automotive market: Back on four wheels - Sept 2014

Amid geopolitical crises, confidence shocks, and false starts for growth, the disarray seems to be undermining the timid recoveries in most economies since the start of the year. And yet the automotive market seems to be getting its color back. When we look at global production, it seems the crisis has (finally) been erased and auto makers are returning to pre-2009 annual growth rates of around +4%.
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The purpose of a business is to grow. This can come in many forms— profits, revenues, market share, brand or community influence. It sounds easy enough, but it's not. Underlying factors can make growth difficult: rapidly changing customers, a softer market, and of course fragile economic policies.
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Insolvency World Cup 2014: Who will score fewer insolvencies ? - May 2014

You thought the World Cup would take place in Brazil this year, right? Well we decided otherwise. As flight tickets were too expensive to send the entire team to Brazil, we created our own World Cup with homemade FIFA spreadsheets. Goals are slightly different for our first Euler Hermes Insolvencies World Cup, the objectives is indeed to score fewer insolvencies!
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Hot, bright and soft spots: Who could make or break global growth? - March /april 2014

While emerging economies remain the primary contributors to global growth, expectations have dampened on the back of the sharp revision of Russia’s growth prospects as well as slowing growth outlooks for Brazil, Turkey and South Africa
 
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