Global Economic Prospects, January 2017
World Bank Group
No 25823 in World Bank Publications from The World Bank
Stagnant global trade, subdued investment, and heightened policy uncertainty marked another difficult year for the world economy. A subdued recovery is expected for 2017, with receding obstacles to activity in commodity exporters and solid domestic demand in commodity importers. Weak investment is weighing on medium-term prospects across many emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs). Although fiscal stimulus in major economies, if implemented, may boost global growth above expectations, risks to growth forecasts remain tilted to the downside. Important downside risks stem from heightened policy uncertainty in major economies. Global Economic Prospects is a World Bank Group Flagship Report. On a semiannual basis (January and June), it examines global economic developments and prospects, with a special focus on developing countries. The report includes analysis of topical policy challenges faced by developing countries through in-depth research in the January edition and shorter analytical pieces in the June edition.
Keywords: Finance; and; Financial; Sector; Development; -; Capital; Markets; and; Capital; Flows; Finance; and; Financial; Sector; Development; -; International; Financial; Markets; Macroeconomics; and; Economic; Growth; -; Business; Cycles; and; Stabilization; Policies; Macroeconomics; and; Economic; Growth; -; Economic; Forecasting; Macroeconomics; and; Economic; Growth; -; Economic; Growth; Macroeconomics; and; Economic; Growth; -; Investment; and; Investment; Climate (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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