The International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for global growth on Monday, warning that the growth rate observed in recent years is slowing. are 0.2 and 0.1 percentage points below their latest forecasts in October, which makes the second revision of a three-month drop.
high levels of public and private debt, the Fund said.
These potential initiators include Brexit for a "no deal" for the UK and deeper than expected delay in China. The IMF report comes on the back of China, which reports its slowest economic growth for almost three decades. the world economy is growing more slowly than expected, and the risks are rising, but even when the economy continues to move forward … it faces considerably higher risks.