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Global Economic Development Report 2022: Growth Environment, Including Inflation, Thinning Margins for Fiscal and Monetary Policy Manoeuvres, and Rising Debt Levels

Global Economic Development Report 2022: Growth Environment, Including Inflation, Thinning Margins for Fiscal and Monetary Policy Manoeuvres, and Rising Debt Levels
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DUBLIN, Sept. 8, 2022

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Global Economic Development Report 2022: Growth Environment, Including Inflation, Thinning Margins for Fiscal and Monetary Policy Manoeuvres, and Rising Debt Levels

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DUBLIN, Sept. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Global Economic Development, 2022: Frost Radar Report" report has been added to  ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report diagnoses the significant challenges to the global growth environment, including inflation, thinning margins for fiscal and monetary policy manoeuvres, and rising debt levels.

This report Economic Development determines a region's future growth and development potential measured by its ability to enhance the quality of life for its citizens. This report explores key strengths and weaknesses of the global economy through country-level assessments of growth and innovation initiatives and benchmarks each country on these 2 indices.

The global economy, which was gradually recovering from the pandemic in 2021, has gone into an uncertain period of moderate growth in 2022 caused by the Russo-Ukrainian War which has led to unprecedented global inflation.

Elevated price levels, heightened disruption in global supply chains, and tightening credit conditions are weighing on consumer and business sentiment across geographies.

Moreover, by measuring performance against the major Innovation sub-pillars of Education, Healthcare, Environment, Infrastructure, Citizen Centricity, and Security, this report offers broad-based insights into the global economic pulse and identifies key drivers supporting global growth momentum, such as fiscal consolidation, macro-prudential policies, and thrust to green investments.

In this research, the publisher indexes the top 10 economies worldwide to determine what makes them global leaders in economic development. The publisher intends this report to empower governments, policymakers, investors, and businesses to identify strategic imperatives for future growth.

KEY ISSUES ADDRESSED

  • What are the strategic imperatives for governments across the globe?
  • Which countries are the global leaders in innovation?
  • Which countries are the global leaders in growth?
  • What forces are driving change globally?
  • What policies and plans have aided economic growth?

Key Topics Covered:

1 Strategic Imperative and Growth Environment

  • Strategic Imperatives
  • Growth Environment
  • Challenges

2 Global Economic Development, 2022

  • An Overview
  • Top 10 Countries, Global
  • Country Ranking
  • Competitive Environment

3 Country Case Studies

  • The United States
  • Norway
  • The United Kingdom

4 Global Economic Development - Methodology

  • Global Economic Development Framework - 2 Axes, 7 Priorities
  • Global Economic Development - Methodology
  • Global Economic Development - Methodology for Identifying Countries Based on their Future Growth Potential
  • List of Countries
  • The Growth Axis - Economy, Investment, Citizens
  • The Innovation Axis - Six Pillars of Social Priorities

5 Global Economic Development - Detailed Country Scores and Ranks

  • Index Scores by Country, 2022
  • Index Rank by Country, 2022

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/nnk9h

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Global Wages Take A Hit As Inflation Eats Into Paychecks

Global Wages Take A Hit As Inflation Eats Into Paychecks

The global inflation crisis paired with lackluster economic growth and an outlook…

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Global Wages Take A Hit As Inflation Eats Into Paychecks

The global inflation crisis paired with lackluster economic growth and an outlook clouded by uncertainties have led to a decline in real wages around the world, a new report published by the International Labour Organization (ILO) has found.

As Statista's Felix Richter reports, according to the 2022-23 Global Wage Report, global real monthly wages fell 0.9 percent this year on average, marking the first decline in real earnings at a global scale in the 21st century.

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The multiple global crises we are facing have led to a decline in real wages.

"It has placed tens of millions of workers in a dire situation as they face increasing uncertainties,” ILO Director-General Gilbert F. Houngbo said in a statement, adding that “income inequality and poverty will rise if the purchasing power of the lowest paid is not maintained.”

While inflation rose faster in high-income countries, leading to above-average real wage declines in North America (minus 3.2 percent) and the European Union (minus 2.4 percent), the ILO finds that low-income earners are disproportionately affected by rising inflation. As lower-wage earners spend a larger share of their disposable income on essential goods and services, which generally see greater price increases than non-essential items, those who can least afford it suffer the biggest cost-of-living impact of rising prices.

“We must place particular attention to workers at the middle and lower end of the pay scale,” Rosalia Vazquez-Alvarez, one of the report’s authors said.

“Fighting against the deterioration of real wages can help maintain economic growth, which in turn can help to recover the employment levels observed before the pandemic. This can be an effective way to lessen the probability or depth of recessions in all countries and regions,” she said.

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Metaverse comes in second place as Oxford’s word of the year

The term describing an internet-enabled virtual world lost to "goblin mode" in 2022 — "a type of behavior which is unapologetically self-indulgent, lazy,…

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The term describing an internet-enabled virtual world lost to "goblin mode" in 2022 — "a type of behavior which is unapologetically self-indulgent, lazy, slovenly, or greedy."

“Metaverse” has come in second to “goblin mode” as the Oxford University Press’ 2022 word of the year after the process was opened up to voters for the first time ever.

In a Dec. 4 announcement, Oxford Languages said the viral term “goblin mode” beat out “metaverse” and #IStandWith to become its 2022 word of the year. According to Oxford’s research, usage of the term metaverse “increased almost fourfold from the previous year in the Oxford Corpus,” driven in part by Facebook’s rebranding to Meta in October 2021.

Metaverse lost to goblin mode, which went viral in February, as it seemingly “captured the prevailing mood of individuals who rejected the idea of returning to ‘normal life’” following COVID-19 lockdowns being lifted in many areas. #IStandWith took third place in the contest, driven by social media hashtags including #IStandWithUkraine following Russia’s invasion of the country in February.

“As we grapple with relatively new concepts like hybrid working in the virtual reality space, metaverse is particularly pertinent to debates about the ethics and feasibility of an entirely online future," said Oxford Languages. "A worthy opponent to ‘goblin mode’, ‘metaverse’ gained voting traction with crypto communities and publications. We see the term continue to grow in use as more voices join the debate about the sustainability and viability of its future."

In the video pitch for ‘metaverse’ released in November, Oxford said the term dated back to “the science fiction novel Snow Crash by Neil Stephenson,” released in 1992.

More than 300,000 people cast votes between the three terms shortlisted by Oxford Languages.

Related: The metaverse is happening without Meta's permission

“NFT,” or nonfungible token, won Collins Dictionary’s contest for the word of 2021, while “vax” took first place as Oxford’s chosen word that the same year. The latest results seemingly represent a change in social media fervor around the crypto-related terms, which was reportedly falling in the first quarter of 2022.

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United Airlines stock has a 50% upside from here: Morgan Stanley

United Airlines Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: UAL) is keeping in the green on Monday in an otherwise down market after a Morgan Stanley analyst said 2023 could…

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United Airlines Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: UAL) is keeping in the green on Monday in an otherwise down market after a Morgan Stanley analyst said 2023 could be a “goldilocks” year for the air carrier.

United Airlines stock has upside to $67

Ravi Shanker sees upside in the airline holding company to $67 that translates to a near 50% premium on its current stock price.

He upgraded United Airlines stock to “overweight” this morning because he’s convinced that international travel will recover swiftly in 2023.

Earnings recovery post pandemic has kept pace with, if not led, peers and messaging has been very confident. We expect more normalised, just right conditions in 2023, stabilizing at level more favourable to earnings that market is pricing in.

Shanker expects continued leisure demand next year while business travel, he wrote, could exceed levels last seen before the COVID pandemic.

UAL has outperformed peers year-to-date

According to the Morgan Stanley analyst, prices will ease in 2023 as capacity returns. CASMxF trajectory was among other reasons cited for the bullish call.

United Airlines stock is roughly flat for the year at writing versus other major airline stocks in the red. Still, Shanker continues to see its current valuation as attractive. His note reads:

United Airlines Holdings Inc seems on track to exceed its 2023 guidance and to hit its 2026 guide issued eighteen months ago – something even the biggest UAL bulls may have considered difficult at the time.

In October, the Chicago-headquartered air carrier reported its financial results for the third quarter that handily topped Street estimates.

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