The global bond market stands at $133 trillion in value. Here are the major players in bond markets worldwide.
A scarcity of capital from local and federal governments will result in a $5.7T infrastructure gap by 2039. What will its consequences be?
The U.S. dollar has been the world's dominant currency since World War II. In this chart, we provide a snapshot of its current global standing.
We reveal the five fastest growing industries of the future, within broader sectors such as healthcare and technology. Which industry will be number one?
Governments are keen to make the transition to clean energy, but what will it take to get there? In this chart, we examine two scenarios through...
To determine if foreign currencies were a good inflation hedge, we looked at their performance relative to U.S. inflation over the last four decades.
Global equities had a high median real return—a return net of inflation—while energy equities were a poor hedge against inflation in recent years.
As economies face structural shifts, this infographic covers five trends that have the potential to alter financial markets amid a COVID-19 recovery.
Is inflation getting higher? In this infographic we explore how inflation rates have evolved over the last century, putting current numbers into context.
Treasury yields have climbed to pre-pandemic levels. Here's why they are important, and which investments may go up or down as yields rise.
Did you know the average American will outlive their savings by nearly 10 years? In this infographic, we cover the basics of retirement planning.