Party poopers - World Economy Barometer


Party poopers - World Economy Barometer

A key survey of global private sector activity was broadly unchanged between December and January - steady growth remains on the cards.

Economic Analysis

18 February 2014

The Fed's decision to end QE is a step back towards normality.

It’s too early to tell whether the volatility in emerging markets is impacting growth in the developed world. But the contagion channels to the UK should be understood. The financial linkages in particular are important.

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