Arthur Van Eeckhout, Author at SpaceKnow - Page 2 of 3
Growth Risks in South Africa (SNN#16)
As central banks raise rates around the globe to ward off inflation, risks of a recession are rising. Business owners and consumers alike want to know if a recession is coming, when it will arrive, and what the magnitude and length of the slowdown will be. SpaceKnow data monitors real-time activity on the ground in […]
Year in Review: 12 Charts That Mattered
12 Charts take you back in time and around the world. Each with a unique story to tell, derived from our satellite activity datasets.
How to keep track of US Inflation using SpaceKnow Supply Chain Indicators (SNN#14)
SpaceKnow has several indices to observe activity and demand at US ports. These indices lead us to believe that the congestion at ports is easing.
How could Christmas spending look like in the US? (SNN#13)
SpaceKnow joins the discussion on this year’s record Black Friday using our family of CFI indices for 4000+ logistics centers in the US.
How did China’s provinces bounce back following the lockdowns? (SNN#12)
SpaceKnow monitors several industries in China from space. For this SNN, we study those industries by province. Our analysis suggests that full lockdowns have an immediate impact on consumer spending.
Amazon’s Black Friday (SNN#11)
SpaceKnow’s indices suggest that so far, Amazon’s activity heading into the all-important Black Friday and Christmas spending season has been lackluster.
Keep tabs on global LNG activity to understand what’s happening right now.
Even if gas prices are currently falling in Europe , the natural gas market remains influenced by activity related to Russian Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). After explosions ruptured NordStream pipelines, gas deliveries were suspended from the two pipes crossing the Baltic Sea.  The situation with the Ukrainian pipelines, another critical route of Russian gas […]
How the latest Russian migration can be tracked using satellite nowcasting indices (SNN#9)
Discover how satellite nowcasting indices help observe congestion on Russian roads and airports as Russians head for the borders.