Global economy caught in slowdown What's the difference between the IMF and the World 1 day ago   05:47

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At a news conference marking the start of their annual spring meetings, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank said 70 percent of the global economy is caught in a slowdown. The IMF expects world economic growth to decline to 3.3 percent this year. The IMF and World Bank fear that trade tensions, debt distress, and poor policy making could make the situation even worse. IMF Chair Christine Lagarde also warned that developing countries are not benefiting from growth in industrial nations to the same extent they have in the past.

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S Taylor
Until then they should just start giving everything away for free
S Taylor
Give your life to Jesus..the end is coming!!
monsieur fortuna
Global economy she means USA and UK I guess, Germany is doing just fine.
Kindle Fire
End is near!!
Jason Cyr
Auto barriers,wait u tax the u.s. 5.9% we tax 1.5% hmmmm yep thats fair dumbshit Europeans always think there better .
Steel Mcneal
Ha ha. The imf is responsible for impeding progress, lost growth.
V Philip
Any news from IMF is a lie. Ignore it.
უფალო შემიწყალე
This isn't a slowdown, this will be a depression that will make the financial crisis look like cake walk. Strap-in, it's going to be a wild ride ahead!
Alx li
Banks are the organized crime of the world today. They have destroyed our world and society. But they live in it for how long???they 'll kill us all.
Christobear Calaycay
If what these banksters say is true, then repealing the tariffs will make the global economy will recover WITHOUT BANKS LOWERING INTEREST RATES.
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What's the difference between the IMF and the World Global economy caught in slowdown 1 day ago   04:16

The IMF and World Bank hold their Annual Meetings together each fall in Washington. But do you know the difference between the institutions? CNBC's Elizabeth Schulze explains.


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