IMF Downgrades Eurozone Growth To 1.6% (Global Forecast At 3-Year Low)

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has downgraded economic growth for the Eurozone to 1.6 for 2019. weoupdatejan2019.  But Japan is even worse at a forecast of 1.1% for 2019.

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Russia is also forecast to be sub-2% as 1.6%.

The Eurozone and Japan are drunk as a skunk on global Central Bank zero interest rate policies.

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