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Global Economy Watch - October 2015

How big a risk does the slowing Chinese economy pose? 

The world’s advanced economies are currently growing at modest though steady rates, but global events are putting pressure on many emerging economies. The US dollar remains strong, which poses a risk to economies with a large amount of dollar denominated debt. Last month, the Federal Reserve opted not to begin raising the US policy rate due to concerns about the wider global economy. However, we still think that the Fed will raise rates in late 2015, which should support the strong dollar and keep the pressure on heavily indebted economies. Alongside this, China’s slowing economy and low commodity prices are also putting many emerging economies at risk.

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