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Economic Research and Analysis

 

​​Euler Hermes’ economists provide views and opinions on a variety of topics ranging from new global trade routes to emerging risks and opportunities. Our in-house experts analyze sectors, trends, regions and more to help companies grow their business confidently and strategically.

Through our worldwide economic research team, you can gain access to actionable economic intelligence, strategic forecasting, and market-specific risk analysis. Armed with this knowledge, you can confidently extend more credit to your customers and expand sales to new prospects.​

 

EH Update: Current Economic Events​   


  • Much recent U.S. economic data have been negative, but there are signs of life in some areas, including manufacturing.
  • We predict that insolvencies will increase by 2% worldwide in 2016, and again by 2% in 2017. It will be the first rise since 2009.
  • Subdued trade and investment flows, segregated liquidity, low oil and commodity prices as well as hesitant and uncoordinated public policies continue to contribute to diappointing growth world-wide.

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     COUNTRY RISK MAP​

 
Current Economic Conditions: Country Risk Map 

Our interactive country risk map gives you an overview of the global business environment and assesses the risk of non-payment by companies in a given country.

 

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​    Economic Research App 

 

  Economic Research App 

​The new Euler Hermes Economic Research app provides mobile access to the latest research and analyses from the Euler Hermes Economic Research team – anytime, anywhere!

 

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   Economist's Corner

 

  Current Economics Events  

Dan North, the company’s chief economist for the Americas region, is regularly interviewed regarding the current economic climate as it pertains to trade credit insurance. 

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