Andrew Curry writes: At the start of 2012, The Futures Company published China's Challenges, on three of the biggest problems facing the country as it started the transition from an investment-led

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Walker Smith on Average is over The best book of 2013 is Tyler Cowen's view of the unfolding U.S. economy, workforce and technology entitled Average is Over.  This book has sparked a lot of

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Andrew Curry writes: In our recent Future Perspective Succeeding in Low Growth Markets we looked at the headwinds that could keep economic growth in the richer economies low for the foreseeable

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Andrew Curry writes: We've just launched our latest Consumer Outlook survey, of the UK and Ireland - the seventh since the financial crisis struck in 2008. There are a couple of striking findings

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Giles Powdrill writes: What do you get when you mix greenbacks with black markets and red tape? In Argentina today, the answer is a 'blue' exchange rate: An informal market where $1USD currently

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  Vera Kiss writes: The Futures Company’s recently published Future Perspective “The Coming Decade for Latin America”  highlights that companies can effectively build opportunities in emerging

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J Walker Smith writes: It's dangerous to take the news of late at face value.  While a Greek deal appears to be in place and the Council of Economic Advisors, headed by Alan Krueger, is opining

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Andrew Curry and Matthew Lynn write: As the Greek financial crisis plays out on the streets and in the council chambers of Europe, it's hard to look beyond the day-to-day drama to the longer term.

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J. Walker Smith writes: We've been having something of an economics-themed month at The Futures Company, with client presentations about recession hit consumers in the UK and the US, and Future

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