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Deloitte Global Economic Outlook Q4 2014

The global economy continues to show a few signs of strength amid several signs of weakness. The greatest strength appears to be in the US economy; meanwhile big emerging markets are mostly struggling to recover from a series of troubles, some self-inflicted, that have caused a marked slowdown in growth.
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Global Economic Outlook Q4 2014

Deloitte INTRODUCTION

The global economy continues to show a few signs of strength amid several signs of weakness. The greatest strength appears to be in the US economy; meanwhile big emerging markets are mostly struggling to recover from a series of troubles, some self-inflicted, that have caused a marked slowdown in growth.

Introduction

Dr. Ira Kalish

The fourth quarter edition of Deloitte’s Global Economic Outlook offers timely insights about the Eurozone, the United States, China, Japan, India… 

Eurozone: Recovery stalled

Dr. Alexander Börsch

Economic recovery in the Eurozone is faltering under the weight of sputtering growth engines and threats emanating from Ukraine and the Middle East. 

United States: Back on track after first-quarter detour

Dr. Patricia Buckley

Improvements in the US job market bode well for the rest of the economy, but structural problems in the labor market are holding back recovery. 

China: Signs of continuing weakness

Dr. Ira Kalish

The Chinese economy is demonstrating an unexpected degree of weakness. Its government recently decided to loosen monetary policy in order to stem the… 

Japan: Slow growth raises tax questions

Dr. Ira Kalish

The Japanese economy is grappling with the impact of its planned tax increases and a sharply falling yen. 

India: The economy after four months of Modi government

Dr. Rumki Majumdar

Economic growth has moderately rebounded, capital inflows have increased, exports have accelerated and helped the trade balance, confidence has increased… 

Russia: Time for some contemplation

Akrur Barua

Add sanctions to an absence of major economic reforms and misguided geopolitical ambitions, and what is left is a Russian economy edging toward isolation.

Brazil: It’s the economy, Dilma

Akrur Barua

Brazil’s weak economy is weighing on its upcoming elections. Myriad problems continue to mire business investment, including high levels of household…

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