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31MAY 2019

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - June 2019

This month we update our forecasts for a wobbly world economy, but see green shoots beginning to sprout in Europe.

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01MAY 2019

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29MAR 2019

2019

MARCH

01MAR 2019

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Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - March 2019

In our latest forecast update, we cut our 2019 global growth projection again but we still think the US and world economy will avoid recession.

FEBRUARY

01FEB 2019

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Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - February 2019

In our latest update we discuss the degree of pessimism in European equity markets, and explore the prospects for emerging market assets and the economic links between China and Australia.

JANUARY

04JAN 2019

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Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - January 2019

In our latest update we review 2018 and look ahead to key themes for 2019 and some potential "black swans".

2018

NOVEMBER

30NOV 2018

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Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - December 2018

In our latest update to our growth forecasts, we explain why we've downgraded global growth for 2019.

OCTOBER

31OCT 2018

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Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - November 2018

The market selloff, the return of fiscal policy, a slowdown in eurozone data and Bolsanaro's Brazil victory all feature in our monthly analysis of the global economy.

SEPTEMBER

28SEP 2018

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Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - October 2018

The trade war between the US and China has escalated, and we expect the dispute to drag out. We assess the impact for the global economy.

AUGUST

22AUG 2018

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Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - September 2018

We have trimmed our forecast for global growth for the second time this year, largely driven by cuts to Europe and Japan as well as escalating trade wars.