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Global Economics Monthly Review

September 8, 2016


Global Fusion:

  • The global economy has continued to advance at a moderate pace over the past few months, driven by private spending.
  • Weak business investment has continued to weigh on GDP growth, particularly in some of the major economies due to heightened economic uncertainty as political risks are on the rise.
  • Global growth is expected to remain moderate in the short-term.
  • The heigtened degree of financial risk in China remains a major concern for the global economy.
  • Fiscal policies may play a larger role in the short- and medium-terms as monetary policies are reaching their limits.


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