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IMF Improved this year’s world economic growth forecast

World economic growth could pick up in the second half of the year, thanks to stimulus fiscal and central bank monetary measures and the launch of mass vaccinations, according to...

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Fidelity: Does reality justify optimism?

There has been no example of a year like 2020 since human memory.It proved that crises can strike at the most unexpected moment, and that none are as they were...

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China could be the largest economy in the world in this decade

China is currently the world’s second largest economy, but given global trends in GDP growth, it could be a world leader ahead of the United States in this decade –...

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Hungarian companies can also benefit from the EU-China agreement

Following the entry into force of the Investment Agreement between the EU and China, EU companies, including Hungarian companies, will no longer be required to set up joint ventures and...

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Fidelity: Elephant in the room, or debt stock

The economies of the countries quickly recovered from the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, but many of them have introduced even tougher austerity measures, which will only be eased...

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IGC has deteriorated its global grain yield estimate

The International Grains Council (IGC) has slightly worsened its global grain harvest expectations for the 2020/21 season, compared to its November forecast, but the volume could still be at record...

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Fidelity: Fiscal policy plays a key role

From the economic effects of Covid-19 to the astonishing fiscal and monetary responses, the markets had an extraordinary year in 2020, and these events will inevitably make their mark on...

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Inflation remained at 1.3 percent in OECD countries

In the member states of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the annual growth rate of consumer prices was 1.3 percent in September, the same as in August....

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The WTO has allowed the imposition of European criminal duties on US products

The World Trade Organization (WTO) has allowed the European Union to penalize a U.S. products in a value of 4 billion USD, due to providing illegal subsidies to U.S. aircraft...

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IMF expects a smaller economic downturn this year than before

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is signaling a less deep global economic downturn this year than its previous forecast, but expects a lengthy and cumbersome improvement, so it has also...

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