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07 Sep, 2017

In a Half Way Through 2017

In a Half Way Through 2017

Nearly half way through the year, IMF has raised its projections to 3.5% global GDP growth in 2017 and 3.6% growth in 2018, slightly higher than its outlook going into 2017. Several factors support this view, including a shift toward self-sustaining growth, improving private investment and steady central bank policies.

For the first time since 2010, developed markets and emerging markets are recovering in sync. That’s a key change from the past seven years, when weakness in at least one major region offset strength elsewhere and created fragility that made the global economy more sensitive to shifts in growth at the margins.

Read also: Morgan Analysts Boost Euro Forecast at $1.18 by 2017 Year-end, Top 3 Economic predictions for 2017

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More about raising capital: Mezzanine financing, Equity financing, Debt financing, Investopedia: What is Private Equity?, What is The Difference Between Private Equity and Venture Capital?

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