Since its trough in the spring of 2016, the global economy has accelerated meaningfully, driven by looser global financial conditions, the stabilisation in commodity prices and the delayed impact of Chinese stimulus measures taken early last year.
As the impact of stimulus in both China and the developed world starts to fade and demand moderates, due to commodity prices eroding consumer purchasing power, the momentum in global growth could start...
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