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2023 will be remembered as the year that Artificial Intelligence went mainstream.
2023 will be remembered as the year that Artificial Intelligence went mainstream. We are on the brink of an AI revolution that will be one of the most profound developments in generations. It is set to supercharge productivity growth, which should rise to comfortably above 3% p.a. in the US by the end of the decade. [more]
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Global growth expected at 2.9% in 2024, rising to 3.2% in 2025. We no longer expect a recession in the US & the EU. Inflation possibly peaked, yet upside risks persist due to ongoing price pressures. [more]
The storm clouds over the global economy have darkened dramatically. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to fundamental questions about Europe’s dependence on Russian energy and the continent’s geopolitical stability. [more]
As we arrive in 2022, there are plenty of storm clouds on the horizon to grapple with: inflation rates in the major economies remain well above target and well above what the forecasting community expected last year; aggregate demand remains elevated; global supply-chains are still clogged; the Covid-19 pandemic continues to fester; and the geopolitical climate is also darkening. [more]
The short-term growth outlook has weakened amidst supply-chain issues and an energy shock that has boosted inflation. But there is still major fiscal support, whilst vaccines and other medicines will help against Covid. [more]