OECD's economic outlook
he OECD prepares outlooks four times a year for the global economy, individual members, and key partners. Key issues on this outlook include: Will the upturn in confidence indicator be ratified by sustainable improvements in consumption, investment and trade? Can the disconnection between financial market indicators and metrics of real economic performance be resolved without a sharp snap-back in asset prices? What are the policy recipes to ensure stronger underpinnings of long-term...[Show more]
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