Once again the global economy faces a dangerous cocktail of risks including slowing growth in China, a strong dollar, and low commodity prices. But this time, the emerging market economies look the most vulnerable, while advanced economies are still struggling… Read moreHow concerned do you need to be about emerging markets?
The London IPO pipeline still contains attractive investment opportunities, but increases in the number of postponed or cancelled deals are expected in 2016 as companies battle against market volatility and challenging market conditions, according to PwC’s latest IPO Watch. 61… Read morePwC. IPO Watch Europe 2015
PwC report asserts global capital markets as we know them today will, in just five years, have changed for good and urges players to innovate and compete against the unfolding backdrop, now A report just published by PwC predicts a… Read morePwC: Significant changes afoot for Global Capital Markets in the next 5 years
Around half of the Eurozone fails to grow in the second quarter Spain and Portugal rebound Outlook relatively bright for US Bucharest, 11 September 2014 – While Germany, France and Italy all failed to grow in the second quarter of… Read moreThe unlikely champions: Eurozone periphery grows faster than the core
Bucharest, 2 September 2014 –Romania’s infrastructure spending will grow on average by 5% per year between 2013 and 2025—faster than growth in Western Europe, but slower than the global average, with the infrastructure market reaching around $30bn by 2025, according… Read moreRomania’s infrastructure spending to grow by 5% per year between 2013 and 2025, according to PwC and Oxford Economics report
Bucharest, 27 August 2014 – The type of data profiling used by retailers and advertisers could soon become commonplace in the workplace, according to the second in PwC’s Future of Work series. The report: ‘The future of work: A journey… Read moreOne third of employees would grant their employers access to personal online data, according to the PwC Future of Work report
Bucharest, 12 August 2014 – CEOs around the world are increasingly recognising the untapped potential of Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). This is driven by Africa’s unparalleled demographic edge as, by 2040, it is expected to have the biggest labour force in… Read morePwC: The 10 most dynamic cities in the Sub-Saharan Africa. Where should investors look for growth?
Bucharest, 3 July 2014 –Of the 102 new factories planned from 2013 to 2020, 67 will be located in Asia, according to PwC’s ‘How to be No. 1: Facing future challenges in the automotive industry’ report produced by the Autofacts… Read moreOf the 102 New Factories Planned From 2013 to 2020, Two Thirds Will be Located in Asia, according to a PwC analysis
Overall, market values plummeted $280 billion, with gold miners particularly hard hit Net profits down 72% to $20 billion Forecast capex of $116 billion, 11% lower than 2013 as capital velocity slows Emerging market mining companies netted $24 billion while… Read moreGlobal mining industry goes through a crisis as metal prices plummet
Bucharest, 11 June 2014 – PwC has appointed a new regional CEO and leadership team to lead its network of firms across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The appointments take effect on 1 July 2014. PwC’s Central and Eastern European… Read morePwC elects a new CEO in CEE, Olga Grygier-Siddons, and appoints new Assurance Leader and 3 new Partners in Romania