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|... 2.5%, still short of the 2.75% that is considered trend." These compare with the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) GDP growth forecasts - published in its Statement on Monetary Policy (released in November 2019) - of 2.25% at the end of 2019; 2.75% ...|
|... and 1.7% in 2021 - both raised by 0.1 pps. The World Bank report was a bit kinder on Japan, so it seems. Japanese GDP growth is expected to accelerate to 1.1% in 2019 - an upward revision of 0.3 pps - from 0.8% in 2018 and has left its forecast for 2020 ...|
|PIMCO is forecasting a slowdown in China's GDP growth in 2020 as tensions between the Asian nation and the United States continue into the New Year. The company's global economic advisor, Joachim Fels, and chief investment officer global fixed income ...|
|... September's forecast of 1.1%), 1.1% in 2020 (from 1.2%), and 1.4% in both 2021 (from 1.4%) and 2022. Eurozone real GDP growth expanded by 1.2% in the year to the September 2019 quarter - the same growth rate as in the June quarter. HICP inflation ...|
|... had been successful. I didn't dub him Super Mario for nothing (yes, I was the first to call him that!). Eurozone GDP growth started to improve from the recession borne of Grexit and fears of contagion in 2013 to a peak of 3.0% annual growth in the ...|
|... gets as the details of the Australian National Accounts provide sobering reading. At the margin, the country's GDP growth rate has slowed to 0.4% in the three months to September from 0.6% in the previous three-month period. This is weaker-than-market ...|
|... Markets are currently pricing another rate cut by February 2020. This suggests that the RBA expects to get to its 3% GDP growth; 5% unemployment rate and 2% inflation by cutting interest rates one more time ... at least. This, too, is predicated on the ...|
|... inflation. This is consistent with the RBA's forecasts in its November 'Statement on Monetary Policy" (SoMP) - GDP growth of 2.75% in 2020 and inflation of 1.75% (and of course, that footnote where it assumes another 25bps cut in interest rates ...|
|... economics, after all, is an inexact science because of the thousand and more factors that go into producing a single GDP growth number. As 2020 rolls on, we could find the OECD upgrading Australia's growth forecast in line with the RBA or the Australian ...|
|... in May 2019) this year and 3.0% (down from 3.4%) in 2020. The Institution's latest report (November) has world GDP growth downgrade another notch to 2.9% by the end of the 2020, warning that: "Growth could be weaker still if downside risks materialise ...|
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