Combating climate change is estimated to cost $50 trillion. Here's a look at how green bonds can fill this financing gap.
The world's total GDP crested $88 trillion in 2019—but how are the current COVID-19 economic contractions affecting its future outlook?
According to the latest World Bank data, the global economy is now $85.8 trillion in nominal terms. Here's how it breaks down.
We look at the latest data from the World Bank, which reveals a drop in extreme poverty of 1 billion people globally since the year 1990.
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.
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.
This series of maps uses data on Gross National Income (GNI) to classify the world's richest and poorest countries based on four income groups.