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Please refer to the article on the risk of a global recession that has significantly increased as follows:
"The risk of a global recession has significantly increased, strategist warns"
A slew of global developments are convening to threaten economic growth, according to one investment manager, who believes that the risks of a recession next year have now “significantly increased.”
Global growth stood at 3.8 percent in 2017 and it is set to add another 3.9 percent this year and the next, according to forecasts by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). But, the escalation of trade tensions(무역전쟁), coupled with other factors, could reverse this trend.
Central banks have started ending to their crisis-era accommodative policies(양적완화정책의 종료), with the U.S. Federal Reserve, in particular, increasing interest rates(금리인상) — which are set to translate into higher mortgage payouts and less available income(모기지의 상승과 수입감소) for consumers.
At the same time, the U.S. has imposed new tariffs against global trade partners and these nations have retaliated(미국의 무역관세보복). The trade tensions are set to continue with Europe currently preparing for new duties on its cars. IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde told CNBC last month that the trade tensions are the “biggest” risk for economic growth in the euro zone.
The analyst also warned against the planned fiscal expansion(양적팽창) in the United States, which could raise the government’s deficit(정부적자증가), also highlighting the election of several populist leaders across the world(세계적으로 포퓰리스트 리더의 당선). With this global backdrop, some investors are finding it increasingly difficult to invest in the stock market.
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Source: http://news1.kr/articles/?3361553 (Korean)