Global Economics

Global Economics

Global Economics Update

11 July, 2018

Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)

Global monetary and credit conditions should remain supportive of GDP growth in the near term, even though the stock of assets purchased under “global” QE programmes is close to peaking.

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