From: Sally Ismail
Beaver: The International Funding Fund (IMF) has reduced estimates for global economic growth this year, a third time move in six months, detailing the dangers of growing trade and monetary policy.
The International Funding Fund (IMF) in a report on Tuesday said it expected the world economy to grow 3.3% this year, compared with the previous forecast of 3.5 in January.
This is the third time that global economic growth estimates have been reviewed by the International Finance Fund from October.
The latest forecast for growth of GDP 0.4% is lower than October 2018.
The global economy is also projected to grow by 3.6% in 2020, the same as last year.
And for economic growth estimates Developed countries This year it is expected to grow by 1.8%, which is lower than the January estimate of 0.2%, but which continues for the next year as it is at 1.7%.
The decrease in growth projections in improved economies as a result of a review of estimates of growth of US GDP and the euroz this year is down 1.8 per cent and 1.3 per cent, respectively, under January's eyes. per cent and 0.3 in each stage.
It also reduced the forecast for economic growth Markets rise and develop With 0.1% in current years and next year to 4.4% and 4.8%, respectively.
News The IMF cuts its third-year global economic growth estimates – you can see the source of the news from the following link: Direct (Economy).