Macroeconomists at Morgan Stanley have updated their estimates and believe that global growth will remain frozen at this level for the rest of 2019.
Intermoney | This week we will see the publication of the first chapters of the IMF’s six-monthly report on Global Economic Perspectives, which should be more favourable than on previous occasions. The synchronisation and the strength of global growth is a reality and the data over the coming months won’t call this into question.
Global growth is speeding with a forecast of 3.6% by 2018, basically due to 4.8% expansion of emerging markets, since developed countries continue languishing with a rise of 1.9% inadequate to solve their social and economic problems.
MADRID | By J. M. Campuzano, analyst at Citigroup | During the crisis that began in 2007, capital markets’ weight has been cut to 350% from 450% of the world’s economic output. The past, in terms of depth and worldwide markets liquidity before the crisis, is long gone and will not come back.