Schroders investment Management North America Inc.’s has released an economic review for the month of March 2016. The entire info graphs do reflect the global economy in pictures and snippets. It provides an overview of the different economies across the world and the major impact in the EU context.
The entire information intends for the information purpose only. The info graphics do focus on the downward trend across the global economy and why should Europe still believe to be safe in an uncertain world? Does BRIC economy affect Europe economy? What is the corrective measure the Central Bank of the declining economies have done so far?
Growth does continue in the first quarter of the year 2016, but there seems to be a downward drift across the global economy and two important factors that are in linear graphs, being GDP growth, and Inflation. The global growth trimmed for 2016, led by downgrades to the US, Japan, and Emerging Markets, (EM). Inflation downgrades for developed markets to reflect lower oil prices, EM inflation upgrades from current depreciation. On a telescopic perspective, 2017 will strengthen due to more emerging market activity.
Europe is in Comforting Zone in a Low Political Risk
- 2016 eurozone GDP forecast revises from 1.5 percent to 1.4 percent and predictions state that 2017 forecast remains unchanged.
- The low oil prices have set the Eurozone inflation forecast for 2016 at 0.7 percent.
In this uncertain economic environment, governments do need to respond quickly and Central banks across the globe are taking all the necessary steps to curb the uncertain economic environment. The Central banks across the globes are Federal Reserve FED, Bank of Japan (BoJ), Bank of England (BoE), and People’s Bank of China (PBoC). In brief, the pictures provide readers the global economic environment that lasts for the month of March 2016.