Some of the world’s leading thinkers and decision-makers have endorsed the Barometer
“In just a few minutes, the Monthly Barometer gives us an original, intelligent, informed and creative vision of the world. It helps us to decipher the current challenges, and to respond to them.”
President, Planet finance, Advisor (to several heads of state), Author, one of foreign policy 100 top global thinkers.
“It's hard to understand the world and you would think that reading a lot would help. In fact, it often leaves you more confused. This was so until I read the Monthly Barometer whose insights put things into perspective. Invaluable!”
CEO, Exclusive Resorts, USA; formerly: CEO, World Economic Forum, Switzerland; CEO, Eurodisney, France; CEO, Club Méditerranée, France.
“The Monthly Barometer delivers what it promises: succinct, cogently argued perspectives on the forces and trends that define the economy and underpin the markets. Based on sound analysis and trenchant enquiry, with flashes of exceptional insight, it provides an invaluable point of reference to market-players and policymakers alike.”
Chairman, Strategic Concepts, South Africa; Founder, FutureWorld Foundation; Member of the Board, Abraaj Capital Group.
“The Barometer gives me a good understanding of where the world is heading in less than 5 minutes a month - extremely time-efficient! Over the years, it has made a few counter-intuitive macro calls about Europe, the Middle-East and the rising significance of global inequality, that proved to be right.”
President, Carbon War Room, USA; former President of Costa Rica.
"The Monthly Barometer is an excellent publication. It is very perceptive, informative and extremely useful.”
Chairman, JP Morgan Chase International, and Chairman, Group of Thirty (G30)
“The Monthly Barometer has a remarkable way of highlighting the issues that matter, and of making you think afresh about things you'd already thought about.”
Richard Lambert (Sir),
Chancellor, Warwick University; Head, New UK Banking Standards Body, Former Financial Times Editor.
“The Monthly Barometer is one of the best in its class: succinct yet powerful, it offers an incisive and objective analysis of the current economic and financial landscape. Amidst the overflow of information one receives from all sides, this page is one of the few I take the time to read and meditate: its observations are perspicacious and its suggestions pertinent and sound.”
Jacques de Larosière,
Chairman, Eurofi; Advisor to the Chairman of BNP Paribas; Former President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development; Former Governor of the Banque de France; former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.
"The Barometer is a real tour de force! Succinct, incisive, great clarity."
Professor of International Political Economy, IMD; Founding Director of The Evian Group.
“The world is in a paradoxical state: it shows great promise but it is experiencing great turbulence. In these confusing times, some simple guides can help us make sense of this confusing world. These Monthly Barometers provide valuable timely insights. I strongly commend them.”
Dean and Professor in the Practice of Public Policy of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore; One of the Financial Times and Foreign Policy 100 Top Global Thinkers.
“For years I have been an avid reader of newsletters and reports on international economic trends and financial market conditions. The "Monthly Barometer" surely ranks as one of the best.”
Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for international Peace; former Editor-in-Chief, Foreign Policy.
“With no complex products to sell and no ideological axe to grind, the Barometer is that rare independent insight into global financial and economic trends. More importantly it is written by people who have wider perspectives and care about the real challenges of our times which extend beyond the role of finance.”
CEO and Founder, Global Institute for Tomorrow, Hong Kong.
“We are overloaded with information and opinion: the question is where to find succinct insight. One of the best answers is the Monthly Barometer. It spots the links between the world's disparate trends: it makes me think. Five minutes a month could not be better spent.”
ADAIR TURNER (Lord),
Senior Fellow of the Institute for New Economic Thinking. Former Chairman of the Financial Services Authority and the Confederation of British Industry