Great Britain Stands Alone

Among major economies, only the U.K. failed to have its economic outlook raised by the IMF

The International Monetary Fund’s upbeat assessment of the global economy stops at the U.K. border. In its latest outlook, the IMF raised its forecasts for global growth to the fastest since 2011, upgrading projections for major economies including the U.S., Germany and China. The exception was the U.K., where the prediction was unchanged for 2018 and cut for 2019.


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