A "storm" could affect the global economy (Lagarde)


IMF director of Christine Lagarde wants to scare a "storm" on the global economy as a result of a trade deal between China and the United States, tighter loan rates, Brexit uncertainty and slow growth.

The growth of the world economy is "slower" than expected, warned Sunday Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), a warning against an "economic storm".

"Well: we see a global (global) economy that is slower than expected "he said Christine Lagarde to World World Gathering, an annual global governance hub that brings together political and economic decision-makers from around the world in Dubai.

"Well: we showcase (global) economic evidence to slower than expected"

Christine Lagarde

Director of the IMF

Last month, the IMF revived Prioritizing the growth of a global economy for this year from 0.2% to 3.5% due to trade accidents, especially between the United States and China.

Ms. Lagarde gave an account of what she had given "four clouds" which, according to her, grows through the world's economy and, warns him "Storm" hit her.

She spoke about it trade struggle, especially between China and the United States, lending rates are tighter, The There was an uncertainty related to Brexit and a slowing the Chinese economy.

According to her, a trade struggle between China and the United States has impacted on the global economy.

"We do not know what this is and what we know is that it is now beginning to affect trading, loan rates and markets.".

She noted that the tightening of loan rates came at a time when governments, businesses and families gathered "serious debt".

"When there is too much cloud, it will take a movie to stimulate the storm"warned him of Lagarde, who asked for governments to prepare and avoid it.

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