Your Daily Brief For January 17th

Your Daily Brief For January 17th

11 months ago1 min

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In today’s Daily Brief, we'll be looking at a warning from the IMF: the global economy could lose 7% if countries fail to get along.

"The IMF has warned that heightened geopolitical tensions could signal an end to a golden era of globalization, which would be bad news for trade and global economic growth."

Key takeaways:

  • Globalization has allowed major firms to outsource manufacturing, lower costs, boost profit margins, and keep a lid on price rises – but all that could be coming to an end
  • UK house prices jumped in January, but that's more likely to be a blip than a reversal of the downward trend that started late last year


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