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World Bank predicts slow global economic recovery from pandemic

The World Bank says the coronavirus pandemic will continue to hurt global growth through the end of next year. That's as commodity prices continue to soar and governments scale back support for people and businesses. It expects the world economy to grow just 4.1% in 2022 and 3.2% in 2023, compared to 5.5 percent last year. IHS Markit Executive Director, Rajiv Biswas joined us. #WorldBank #GlobalEconomy #EconomicOutlook

Roundtable: Global Inequality

Roundtable: Global Inequality

Money Talks: World Bank predicts 3.1% global growth in 2018

Money Talks: World Bank predicts 3.1% global growth in 2018

Chile’s Economic Woes | Bigger Than Five

Chile’s Economic Woes | Bigger Than Five

IMF, World Bank hold meetings in Washington | Money Talks

IMF, World Bank hold meetings in Washington | Money Talks

Sri Lanka to default on debt as nation runs out of dollars

Sri Lanka to default on debt as nation runs out of dollars

UK inflation surged to four-decade high of 9% in April

UK inflation surged to four-decade high of 9% in April

Oil prices rally on hopes of quick rebound for Chinese economy

Oil prices rally on hopes of quick rebound for Chinese economy

China's social distancing restrictions have caused economic slump

China's social distancing restrictions have caused economic slump

Cryptocurrency shed more than $500B in market value

Cryptocurrency shed more than $500B in market value

Philippine GDP grew 8.3% in Q1 of 2022, beating forecasts

Philippine GDP grew 8.3% in Q1 of 2022, beating forecasts

Market Movers: Auto industry struggles over chip shortage

Market Movers: Auto industry struggles over chip shortage

EU members divided over plan to halt imports of Russian fuel

EU members divided over plan to halt imports of Russian fuel

Oil prices headed for weekly decline over dim demand outlook

Oil prices headed for weekly decline over dim demand outlook

Global equity markets continue to fall amid inflation fears

Global equity markets continue to fall amid inflation fears

Shehbaz's government promises to revive faltering economy

Shehbaz's government promises to revive faltering economy

Strong consumer spending fueling inflation in China

Strong consumer spending fueling inflation in China

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