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January 21, 2022

China Economic Outlook. First Quarter 2022

Growth has continued its downward trend in Q4 2021. China’s unsynchronized business cycle and inflation cycle call for an unsynchronized policy cycle.

January 17, 2022

Colombia | BBVA Big Data Consumption Tracker. 17 Jan, 2022

Consumption in December grew 20.0%, closing the year with a similar dynamic to that recorded in November but lower than in October (24.8%). In the first part of January, goods have shown good dynamics while services fell compared to the peak recorded in December 21.

December 17, 2021

Colombia | BBVA Big Data Consumption Tracker. 17 Dec, 2021

According to the BBVA Big Data Consumption Index, consumption in November grew 22.3% compared to the same period in 2019. In December it accelerated slightly, growing 23.8%. In the first part of December services showed lower dynamics while goods boosted consumption.

November 26, 2021

Colombia | BBVA Big Data Consumption Tracker. 26 Nov, 2021

The BBVA Big Data Consumption Index shows that consumption improved its dynamics in the second half of November, which, so far this month, accelerated compared to its October record (24.8%), growing 26.2% compared to the same period in 2019.

November 17, 2021

China | Lehman Moment or Volcker Moment?

Economic slowdown will continue as the authorities are willing to sacrifice short-term growth figures to trade for long-term social equality and carbon neutrality, but it will not turn into either Lehman or Volcker Moment.

November 4, 2021

Mexico | Back-to-school momentum fades and consumption falls (-)0.6% in October

The weak October figure adds to the contraction that spending registered in 3Q21 of (-)1.0% QoQ, period that was affected by the spread of the Delta variant and the fading of the initial momentum after reopening

October 28, 2021

Colombia | BBVA Big Data Consumption Tracker. 28 oct, 2021

With five days left to the end of October, consumption so far that month maintains a good dynamic, growing 19.1% compared to the same period in 2019, slightly higher than in September (17.8%), although the highest since the beginning of the pandemic.

October 21, 2021

China Economic Outlook. Fourth Quarter 2021

Growth has slowed down in Q3 amid a number of headwinds, including regulatory storms, default risk of real estate giant, the electricity crunch and the authorities’ new campaign of “common prosperity” and social equality.