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A snapshot of the global economy in January 2024

We ask where next for interest rates, whether China’s export recovery risks stoking deglobalisation trends and consider the long-term rise of government debt.

16/01/2024
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Schroders Economics Team

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Authors

Schroders Economics Team

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