It is now clear that central banks in advanced economies will raise interest rates even further than our above-consensus forecasts had implied, making the current tightening cycle the most aggressive in three decades. While this may be necessary to tame inflation, it will come at a significant economic cost. We are downgrading several of our economic forecasts and now anticipate a global recession.
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