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World Economic Prospects
Tighter credit conditions prompt downgrade to 2024 growth
The ongoing resilience of recent economic data has prompted us to raise our world GDP growth forecast for 2023 by 0.1ppt to 1.9%.
Global Resources and Events
Easing financial conditions offer CRE some respite
Eurozone key themes 2024 – A fragile recovery will gain impulse
UK Key themes 2024 – Tight policy settings weigh on growth
Canada’s population boom will lift the economy, but only over time
Key themes for 2024 – another year of price weakness
Why tourism will continue to grow in 2024: key themes to watch in the year ahead
Five key themes that will affect industry in 2024 — and beyond
Global scenarios – Middle East escalation
Latin America Key Themes 2024 – Slower growth, but it’s not all bad news
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