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On top of the world...Looking over the edge
View the November 2018 press release here.
The global economy has plateaued but shows no signs of falling off a cliff in 2019. Assuming no major disruptions, a gradual slowdown seems most likely. On an annual basis, in 2019, aggregate global growth is expected to slow slightly to 3.1 percent, from 3.2 percent in 2018. But underlying shifts in the global economic landscape should not be ignored and will become more visible during 2019 and over the coming decade. Uncertainties about the slowdown are multifold: when, where, and how big?
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