Global Economic Outlook

Deloitte Global Economic Outlook Q3 2015

The Eurozone economy is on the mend, the Brazilian and Russian economies are in recession, the US economy is rebounding from a bad first quarter, and the Chinese economy is growing relatively slowly. The third-quarter Global Economic Outlook offers outlooks for the United States, Eurozone, China, Japan, Russia, United Kingdom, India, and Brazil.
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Deloitte Global Economic Outlook Q3 2015

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The Eurozone economy is on the mend, the Brazilian and Russian economies are in recession, the US economy is rebounding from a bad first quarter, and the Chinese economy is growing relatively slowly. The third-quarter Global Economic Outlook offers outlooks for the United States, Eurozone, China, Japan, Russia, United Kingdom, India, and Brazil. Read the report online, or download the PDF.

Introduction Dr. Ira Kalish

In the third-quarter outlook for the global economy, Deloitte’s far-flung economists offer their views on the economic situation and the outlook for the…

United States: Another negative start—or was it? Dr. Patricia Buckley

For a second year in a row, the first-quarter GDP estimate indicated a contracting economy—a fact many economists find disconcerting, since employment…

Eurozone: Combining crisis and recovery Dr. Alexander Börsch

Beneath the surface of the intensifying Greek crisis, the recovery in the Eurozone has continued, and there are even signs that it is broadening. European…

China: Uncharted territory Dr. Ira Kalish

After a lingering slowdown, the Chinese economy has begun to show some signs of possibly bottoming out. The country is in the midst of an equity market…

Japan: Slow liftoff Dr. Ira Kalish

The economy is having trouble taking off; areas of concern include slowing exports, consumer and industrial sectors, and retail sales. First-quarter GDP…

Russia: The slide continues Akrur Barua & Lester Gunnion

Russia is in the throes of a recession. A contraction in the first quarter is likely to be repeated as the effects of low oil prices and Western sanctions…

United Kingdom: Good growth ahead Ian Stewart

Growth unexpectedly eased in the first half of 2015. Poor productivity, in part the flip side of increasing employment, seems to have weighed on exports.

India: Different stories from the same book Akrur Barua

Economic activity picked up during Q1—in fact, India’s GDP growth was higher than China’s. Yet, apart from GDP numbers, other economic indicators…

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