From Myles Udland writing at Business Insider:
Financial markets seem to be bracing for a global recession.
According to analysts at Citi, financial markets are moving toward pricing in a global growth recession even as economic data indicates such a recession is by no means inevitable.
The caveat is that Citi defines a global growth recession as global gross-domestic-product growth of less than 2%. The International Monetary Fund, for its part, expects global GDP to grow by 3.4% this year.
“A global growth recession is far from assured but financial markets seem to be on their way to pricing one in,” Citi wrote on Thursday.
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