More from the IMF: It raises estimates for U.S. growth slightly, to 2.2% this year and 2.1% next...


More from the IMF: It raises estimates for U.S. growth slightly, to 2.2% this year and 2.1% next year. But China is expected to weaken to 7.8% growth this year (8.2% next), India is sharply lowered and the IMF warns of risks to emerging Asia in general.
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  • Jason Tillberg
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    India has a twin deficit of 10% of GDP.. joined the club that includes the US and Britain.
    8 Oct 2012, 05:48 PM Reply Like
  • Whitehawk
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    IMF's track record on growth estimates hasn't been stellar: http://bloom.bg/PQmrQD
    8 Oct 2012, 05:48 PM Reply Like
  • youngman442002
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    I agree IMF is very good...but its the trend I see..and that trend is for a slowing world economy...the ME is not going to be buying much as they are going back to the 7th century...and other countries are going to get very Nationalistic....as they think trade embargos are going to help them grow out of their recessions or depressions....read about the first great Depression and you are hearing the same talk....today China´s telephone servers...
    8 Oct 2012, 05:59 PM Reply Like
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