The only CEO economic sentiment indicator to span the globe on a quarterly basis.
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Unique insights into the global economy
Each quarter, YPO surveys its network of 22,000 CEOs in more than 125 countries, on questions related to current and expected economic environment affecting their businesses. About a third of YPO members are entrepreneurs, another third run family businesses, and the rest are professional (hired) executives.
The YPO Global Pulse gathers members’ perspectives on the overall economic climate as well as changes and expected changes in sales, employee counts and fixed investment. Here you can see their views, read select media coverage about the YPO Global Pulse and more.
January 2015 Results: WHO’S WORRIED ABOUT THE OIL GLUT?
As YPO members chief executives shared their perspectives through the January 2015 YPO Global Pulse survey, crude oil prices fell below US$50 per barrel for the first time in nearly six years. Confidence increases in net oil-importing economies largely compensated for the weakened optimism in oil exporters, leaving the YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index only 0.7 point off its October 2014 reading at a still-optimistic 62.5.
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Results from data for future quarters will be announced in May 2015, August 2015 and November 2015.
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