Despite ripple effects from conflict and inflation, global growth continues. According to the IMF, the global GDP will hit $104 trillion by end of year.
Which countries and regions contribute the most to the world economy? In this infographic, we break down all $94 trillion of global GDP by country.
At 228%, the Buffett Indicator has reached all-time highs, which means America’s stock market value is currently more than double the country’s GDP.