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World Trade Reached Pre-Pandemic Levels In 2021

According to the analysis published in its latest Economic Outlook, Crédito y Caución forecasts that the final data on world trade growth in 2021 will confirm that international trade has returned to pre-pandemic levels. After an increase that will be between 8% and 10% in 2021, the credit insurer anticipates that the evolution will slow down to the 5% to 6% ranges for 2022 and 3% to 4% for 2023….

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“We do not see data pointing to a recession, for now”

Esty Dwek (Natixis) | Ongoing weakness across manufacturing and trade shouldn’t be a surprise, but service sectors continue to hold up, even showing a small rebound in June. Overall, we expect slower but stable growth around trend levels for the major economies.


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The Fall In World Trade Is Pricing In 2016

The decline in world trade, particularly in Asia, highlights an important contradiction in the markets: asset prices are rising, but growth estimates and earnings forecasts for 2016 are being revised downwards.