Uncertainty can be a drag on the economy.
New research shows uncertainty isn't the cause of slow economic growth. But that could change if the government isn't clearer about policies.
Markets like to know who’s coming and going.
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Markets hate uncertainty and the economic data reflects the turbulent nature of British politics.
It’s important to get the research across to and understood by decision-makers.
Research comes with risk and uncertainty so getting the right message across to the people who matter can be a challenge for scientists. A new plan out today hopes to change that.
The market’s reaction to Brexit was severe, but it hasn’t translated into economic consequences in Australia.
Economists have determined a new way to measure economic policy uncertainty, but there's a gap between uncertainty and economic downturns - why?
Uncertainty will be the nebulous, long-term effect of Brexit on the UK economy that is hard to measure and hard to prevent.
You’re not the only one in the dark.
Just like apes, humans fear the unknown, and that's why there's so much uncertainty this week as markets brace for an interest-rate decision by the Federal Reserve.
Stock exchange traders aren’t the only ones who should be worried about global economic volatility.
It's increased global economic volatility that will cause the most uncertainty, rather than the election result.
The economic uncertainty index shows there is still a need for strong policy responses to events that shock the economy.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has created a new index for uncertainty in the Australian economy based on news, financial indicators and economic variables.
Do we need to know that things are certain, or is a little uncertainty still okay?
The more knowledge we gather in our search for answers to the unknown, the more uncertainty we uncover. But that's not a bad thing.
While it can make negative events worse, uncertainty also makes positive events more exciting.
Uncertainty is an unavoidable part of life but for many people, it triggers harmful levels of stress. The good news is that there are a number of things you can do to handle uncertainty better.