Macroeconomics (from the Greek prefix makro- meaning "large" and economics) is a branch of economics dealing with the performance, structure, behavior, and decision-making of an economy as a whole, rather than individual markets. This includes national, regional, and global economies. With microeconomics, macroeconomics is one of the two most general fields in economics.
MillerKnoll posted a decline in top and bottom line results, reflecting how sectors of its business continue to be affected by macroeconomic conditions ... Additionally, we are facing difficult macroeconomic conditions in both China and Europe," the company said.
ScopeRatings' macroeconomic forecasts now available on Macrobond and Eikon ... "In addition, making our economic and fiscal forecasting as available as possible enhances the transparency of the global macroeconomic assumptions underlying our public credit ratings - across sovereign and non-sovereign rating sectors," says Shen.
23-7 Rare macroeconomic disasters and lost decades in Latin America... Although the region has endured several macroeconomic shocks before, mostly related to financial dislocations, none has been so deep and synchronized ... Tragically, Venezuela's macroeconomic collapse matches the largest contraction registered by any country in modern history.
19 (Xinhua) -- The macroeconomic environment of Pakistan remained challenging during the first half of the current year, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) said in the mid-year performance review of the banking sector for 2023 ... Enditem .
Paul Murray, CEO of Life and Health Reinsurance at Swiss Re, discusses how current macroeconomic conditions are affecting the sector and shares his outlook for the life and health reinsurance industry ... .
Alex Cheney ...It's been edited for length and clarity. My first layoff happened in June 2022 when Sendoso went through its first job cuts of the pandemic ... It was abysmal ... An Atlassian spokesperson sent the following statement to Insider.We reorganized our company to better reflect operating in a changing and difficult macroeconomic environment ... ....
India's economic growth will be above 6 per cent in the current fiscal as the country has managed to strengthen its macroeconomic stability and performance even in a period of large global shocks, RBIMonetary Policy Committee (MPC) Member Ashima Goyal said on Monday.