Global economic growth continues to slow and the U.S.-China trade dispute is weighing on business investment. We explore the heightened risks to credit conditions across the globe in four newly published reports, linked below. These are also summarized in a global summary, click the below image to access the full presentation:
Around the world, the pattern of weak manufacturing and trade has persisted, offset by relatively strong household spending and labor markets that began late last year. Against this backdrop, the OECD forecast global economic growth of just 2.9% this year, the weakest since the global financial crisis a decade ago.
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