The latest edition of Cebr's World Economic League Table (WELT) for 2013 reveals some interesting moves as the world's richest powers jockey for position.
We knew it was going to be bad, but not this bad!
Although it is too early to make a final assessment of the total economic impact of the London Olympics, it is clear that they have been a great reputational boost for the UK.
The chickens have finally come home to roost.
The number of London-based financial services jobs average for 2012 is estimated to be 255,000 compared with peak of 354,000 in 2007.
London - City bonuses to fall in 2011/12 to just a third of levels seen pre-recession, at 'only' £4.2 billion.
London - Cebr has cut its forecasts for growth in the number of City-type jobs.