If there was evidence needed that the international economy is symbiotically and inextricably tied to national political events, then the latest forecast from thew
The forecast does expect a pickup in economic activity as the year draws to a close, when mature and richer national economies benefit from a lessening in austerity measures, increased output and more new workers joining the payrolls of companies.
For investors, the
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