Unemployment forecast by minority of emerging market economy nations

Data highlights differences based on local economic circumstances

There appear to be differences between the indicators forecast by central banks in advanced and emerging market economies. 

Inflation, growth and unemployment were forecast by all central banks in advanced economies, data from the Economics Benchmarks 2021 shows. However, only 29% of emerging market economies forecast unemployment. Meanwhile, 86% forecast growth and 90% forecast inflation. 

Around 50% of both advanced and emerging market economies forecast public debt. 

Emerging market

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