This chart compares the economies of major powers from 1AD all the way until today, showing the impact of the Industrial Revolution and re-emergence of Asia.
By 2019, the global economy is projected to expand another $6.5 trillion. Today's chart shows which countries will help to fuel this global growth.
The American Society of Civil Engineers says that if the growing infrastructure gap is not closed, it will create a $4 trillion drag on U.S. GDP...
Texas is the size of Canada, and California is similar to France. Even tiny Vermont is comparable to a country's GDP (Bahrain).
See how the multi-trillion dollar pie of the global economy gets divided between countries, based on the latest data from the World Bank from February 2017.
The United States has a $18 trillion economy - the biggest in the world. But here's another way of looking at it, using three interesting maps.
The rise of Asia has been swift. Here's three GIFs that show the speed of China in becoming an economic power house - and how India...
The global economic climate finally has composure, according to asset management firm Schroders. It may be the calm before the storm, though.
China's economic miracle over the last 20 years is the sum of its parts, with each region of the country contributing to growth in different ways.
This animation uses county-level GDP data to re-size a U.S. map based on the economic contributions at a local level.