The YPO Global Pulse survey gathers the perspectives of YPO members around the globe regarding the overall current economic climate in their region, as well as expected changes in sales, employee counts, and fixed investment affecting their businesses. » Learn more
Last Updated: 9 February 2016 | Next Update: May 2016
Globally, the 4Q 2015 YPO Global Pulse Index remained steady from last quarter, at a relatively cautious 58.0, its lowest level since the third quarter of 2011, at the height of the global economic recession. Over the course of 2015, global confidence fell 3.4 points, due to the continued drop in oil prices, slow growth in China and falling commodity prices. In the latest survey, only Asia, which edged up 2.4 points to 59.7, and Latin America, which jumped 4.8 points to 54.4, recorded any material increase in economic confidence.
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