Available data for Q1 suggest that the global economy had a better start to the year than previously feared. That seems to have reflected the post zero-COVID rebound in China and its effects, a boost to spending from a mild winter in the US and ongoing recoveries in the automobile and tourism sectors elsewhere. We doubt that this resilience will be sustained as monetary tightening continues to bite.
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