Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU)
Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU)’s Electronic services and publications covering over 200 markets, including country analysis and forecasts, risk assessments, economic and market data, daily news analysis, industry trends and management strategies.
Country Reports Global: Country Report provides political and economic analysis and forecasts for 197 countries. The Economist Intelligence Unit’s flagship service examines and explains the important political and economic trends in each country. Each Country Report subscription contains in-depth and ongoing analysis and forecasts of political, policy and economic conditions to help you understand what is happening now and to gain a picture of how a country will look in the future.
Country Forecast Global: Country Forecasts focus on how economic and political developments will shape the business environment in 82 of the world’s largest economies over the next five years. The reports provide access to a comprehensive set of political, economic, and business environment forecasts that are continuously updated and written from the point of view of foreign investors.
ViewsWire Global: Every business day ViewsWire provides latest EIU data and briefs you on the implications of important economic, political and market developments around the world. This in-depth country analysis service draws on the EIU’s vast country intelligence databases and combines comparable country-specific data and forecasts with extensive country-intelligence assessments of key events worldwide. Sources include the full resources of The Economist Group, notably The Economist, as well as information obtained from our strategic alliances with other reputable intelligence-gathering organizations, including the BBC.
Energy Briefing & Forecasts: Energy Briefing & Forecasts provides forecasts up to 2020 and news analysis for 69 of the world’s most important energy markets. It supports users in comparing supply and demand potential and deepens their understanding of how economic and political developments will impact the energy sector. EnergyBriefing & Forecasts has been developed in association with the International Energy Agency (IEA), combining internationally-comparable historic data from the IEA with the Economist Intelligence Unit’s economic, political, and industry forecasts.Updated daily, Energy Briefing enables organizations to assess the market potential for their services, and assess risks and opportunities presented by different countries.
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