By 2030, the complexion of the global economy could look very different. This animation shows how the world's biggest economies will change over time.
Global economics is effectively a numbers game - here are the countries and regions projected to contribute the most to global growth in 2019.
According to projections by a prominent multinational bank, 7 of the world's 10 largest economies will be in emerging markets in 2030.
See the latest levels of government debt, based on the IMF's most recent data. Where does your country sit in the snowball?
Latest estimates put the world economy at about $80 trillion in nominal GDP. Here is how each individual country stacks up in terms of size.
Each state has a GDP that is comparable in size to that of an actual country. This map shows it all, plus a full list of...
This giant infographic has state economies ranked from best to worst, based on an overall score comprised of 27 different metrics.
The national debt keeps growing and growing. But what's driving that trend, and when will the situation reach a critical mass of attention?
In this timeless animated video from 2013, billionaire hedge fund founder Ray Dalio eloquently explains how the world economy works in just 30 minutes.
You've probably heard of Chinese cities like Beijing, Hong Kong, and Shanghai - but those actually only scratch the surface of China's economic picture.