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SYDNEY: The world's top economies may agree to set an ambitious target for faster global growth at a weekend meeting in Sydney, where major central banks are also being urged to coordinate policies to avoid "surprises" that could further roil emerging markets.
TOKYO: Worries over global growth capped Asian share prices on Friday as more soft U.S. economic data and mixed U.S. earnings results further undermined investor sentiment already hit by a broad sell-off that started earlier in the week.
KUALA LUMPUR: Subdued growth in major emerging markets will weigh on global growth in 2016. That said, economic activity is anticipated to pick up 2.9% from 2.4% growth in 2015 as advanced economies gain speed, according to the World Bank.
PETALING JAYA: Schroders has revised up its 2018 global growth forecast to 3.3% from a previous estimate of 3.0%, making 2018 the strongest year for global growth since 2011.
WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) maintained its forecast for weak global growth on Tuesday and warned that further stagnation will fuel more populist sentiment against trade and immigration that would stifle activity, productivity and innovation.
WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its global growth forecasts for the third time in less than a year on Tuesday, as new figures from Beijing showed that the Chinese economy grew at its slowest rate in a quarter of a century in 2015.
PETALING JAYA: Citigroup has once again cut its global growth forecast, as it views growth prospects have continued to deteriorate quickly, both for advanced and emerging economies.
LIMA: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its global growth forecasts for a second time this year on Tuesday, citing weak commodity prices and a slowdown in China and warned that policies aimed at increasing demand were needed.
TOKYO: Trade frictions between China and the United States are already affecting business confidence and investment in Asia, a senior International Monetary Fund (IMF) official said, warning that the fund could further cut its global growth forecasts in January.
WARNINGS on slower-than-forecast global growth should not fall on deaf ears but instead, should awaken even the most self-centred of leaders.