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Is Global Growth Holding Up?

Despite indication of slowing growth in Developed Markets, Emerging markets are showing some encouraging signs.
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Increased Likelihood of a Softer, Later Brexit

Increased Likelihood of a Softer, Later Brexit

On 15th January, the UK House of Commons rejected PM May’s Brexit withdrawal agreement by 432 votes to 202, the heaviest parliamentary defeat for a British government. However, the government survived Wednesday’s no-confidence vote, thereby avoiding a potential general election, which would further heighten UK political risks.
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Global Economic Growth Showing Signs of Moderation

Global Economic Growth Showing Signs of Moderation

Global Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) continued to show moderating growth, in line with Citi’s expectations for 2019.
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Politics: Risks May Linger

Political risks may linger into 2019 as trade tensions, Italian political uncertainties and Brexit discussions continue, even as economic fundamentals appear strong.
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Economy: Growth Still Supportive, Inflation Remains Steady

Citi analysts still expect global growth of 3.1% in 2019 and inflation to slow its rate of increase to 2.4% in 2019 and 2.5% in 2020.
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Countdown to the Brexit Vote

The UK’s proposed exit from the EU is now at its most critical stage. The two sides have agreement on a 585 page Withdrawal document as well as on a document describing future trading relations. On 11th December the UK’s House of Commons votes to ratify both documents of the deal.
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