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IMF cuts growth forecast to 3.2% this year | Money Talks

The International Monetary Fund's latest forecast for global growth is again full of downgrades. On Tuesday, the fund lowered its growth expectations for this year and next, saying global trade tensions and political uncertainty are weakening the economy. The IMF expects growth to hit 3.2 percent this year and 3.5 percent in 2020. That's a drop of a 0.1 percentage point each. #IMF #GlobalGrowth #TradeTensions

IMF cuts world economic outlook for 2019 | Money Talks

IMF cuts world economic outlook for 2019 | Money Talks

IMF trims global growth forecast on trade war | Money Talks

IMF trims global growth forecast on trade war | Money Talks

IMF, World Bank hold meetings in Washington | Money Talks

IMF, World Bank hold meetings in Washington | Money Talks

WTO: Trade wars played big role in slowdown | Money Talks

WTO: Trade wars played big role in slowdown | Money Talks

US consumers get relief as inflation moderates in July

US consumers get relief as inflation moderates in July

OPEC+ oil cartel missed daily production target in July

OPEC+ oil cartel missed daily production target in July

US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

China inflation accelerated to two-year high of 2.7% in July

China inflation accelerated to two-year high of 2.7% in July

Meme-stock rally returns to Wall Street, lifting struggling firms

Meme-stock rally returns to Wall Street, lifting struggling firms

Crude oil, natural gas prices slump as investors fear recession

Crude oil, natural gas prices slump as investors fear recession

Market Movers: Sharing economy, e-commerce earnings

Market Movers: Sharing economy, e-commerce earnings

China gives green light to driverless taxis

China gives green light to driverless taxis

Turkish hazelnut pickers celebrate start of fruitful harvest season

Turkish hazelnut pickers celebrate start of fruitful harvest season

India's 5G spectrum auction attracts $19B in bids

India's 5G spectrum auction attracts $19B in bids

OPEC+ hikes output by 100,000 barrels a day, equivalent to 0.1% of global consumption

OPEC+ hikes output by 100,000 barrels a day, equivalent to 0.1% of global consumption

Oil prices extend losses on demand worries

Oil prices extend losses on demand worries

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