The International Monetary Fund has cut its world economic growth forecast for 2019
The International Monetary Fund has cut its world economic growth forecast for 2019. The IMF projected a 3.5 percent growth rate worldwide for 2019. that is 0.2 percent lower than their prior projection made in Oct. 2018.
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Germany has the largest economy in Europe, is slowing down and just missed officially being in a Recession in 2018.
Click on this link to visit the Business Insider website to read their article titled “Germany, the 4th-largest economy, probably just went into an unexpected recession“.
The Chinese Economy is slowing down and it had the slowest growth rate in 2018 of the last 28 years.
The US is the world’s largest economy. When the US FED raises Interest Rates again in 2019, guess what will happen to the slowing US Economy?
Signs of the coming 2019 Recession are popping up everywhere.