economic forecast - updates

Rappler's latest stories on economic forecast

ARTICLE FINDER

#ThewRap: Things you need to know, July 3, 2017

Jul 03, 2017 - 9:36 AM

Hello Here are the stories you shouldn t miss this Monday

Brexit to drag on global growth through 2017 – IMF

Jul 19, 2016 - 10:50 PM

The International Monetary Fund now predicts global economic growth to be 3 1 this year and 3 4 in 2017

epaselect epa05387297 An investor looks at an electronic screen showing stock market movements at a securities brokerage house in Beijing, China, 24 June 2016. Chinese mainland markets traded lower, with the Shanghai composite down 0.95 percent and the Shenzhen composite down 0.10 percent in reaction to the British EU referendum. Britons in a referendum on 23 June have voted by a narrow margin to leave the European Union (EU). Media reports on early 24 June indicate that 51.9 per cent voted in favour of leaving the EU while 48.1 per cent voted for remaining in. EPA/HOW HWEE YOUNG

ADB: Asia's developing economies unscathed despite Brexit, weak US

Jul 18, 2016 - 3:05 PM

The ADB s latest growth forecast for the region is down by just 0 1 for 2016 as it expects the Brexit s impact in the short term to be minimal

epa05132561 Filipinos work at a building construction site in Pasay city, south of Manila, Philippines, 29 January 2016. The Philippine economy grew at a 'respectable' 5.8 per cent in 2015, a slower rate than the previous year and missing the government's annual target, an official said 28 January 2016. Although still expected to be among the fastest in the region, gross domestic product (GDP) growth was slower than the administration's target of 7 per cent to 8 per cent, and down from 2014's expansion of 6.1 per cent. EPA/MARK R. CRISTINO

IMF urges Gulf states to adapt to lower oil prices

Apr 25, 2016 - 5:45 PM

Given falling revenues from oil exports the International Monetary Fund says affected countries must cut spending and implement other measures

A lone gas flame is seen in the desert at Khurais oil field, about 160 km from Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 23 June 2008. A top executive at Saudi Aramco said that the company's plans are on track for its Khurais project south of Riyadh which puts put 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd), Gulf Daily News reported. A statement said the project is valued at $10 billion and would be on time giving another major boost to capacity from the Khursaniyah oil field. The processing facility will handle oil from the Abu Jifan and Mazalij fields, as well as Khurais. EPA/ALI HAIDER

Worried IMF cuts world growth forecast, warns over Brexit

Apr 12, 2016 - 9:17 PM

UPDATED The IMF says economic activity has been too slow for too long and calls for immediate action to shore up growth

A file photo dated 18 May 2011 showing the sign of the International Monetary Fund at the entrance of the Headquarters of the IMF, also known as building HQ2, in Washington, DC, USA. Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA

IMF ups call for action against global economic slide

Mar 09, 2016 - 6:00 PM

The International Monetary Fund urges leaders to expand fiscal stimulus and structural reforms

epa05197283 A photo made available 06 March 2016 shows workers working on top of a building under construction in Beirut, Lebanon, 05 March 2016. The Lebanese real estate sector has been affected negatively by the lingering political and security situation in Lebanon, the ongoing war in Syria, as well as the decreasing number of foreigners who invest in Lebanon which resulted in the solidification of property sales transactions in about 14.5 percent. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

China economy 'absolutely' won't have hard landing – official

Mar 07, 2016 - 12:48 AM

Please calm down everyone this possibility doesn t exist says planning chief Xu Shaoshi

epa05169711 A Chinese vegetable vendor hands a customers her goods at a market in Beijing, China, 19 February 2016. Chinese producer prices continued to drop in January while consumer prices edged up, according to official figures released 18 February. The producer price index, which measures the cost of goods at wholesale level, dropped 5.3 per cent year-on-year in January for the 47th straight month of decline while consumer price index, which measures retail inflation, grew 1.8 per cent in January from one year earlier, up slightly from December's 1.6-per-cent increase, the National Bureau of Statistics said. EPA/HOW HWEE YOUNG

G20 nations pledge all tools to lift growth

Feb 27, 2016 - 5:37 PM

UPDATED The world s top economies cite risks such as falling commodity prices and geopolitical tensions

CHINA G20. Amid slow growth and economic downturns, finance ministers of the world's top 20 economies promise to use all available tools to help lift growth. Photo by Rolex Dela Peña/EPA

IMF warns G20: World economy 'highly vulnerable'

Feb 25, 2016 - 2:00 PM

The International Monetary Fund says growth is hampered by market turbulence and geopolitical conflicts

epa05176875 (FILE) A file photo dated 01 February 2013 shows dark clouds above London's financial heart, Canary Wharf, in London, Britain. A group of more than 100 leaders of major businesses on 23 February 2016 backed Prime Minister David Cameron's campaign for Britain to remain in the European Union, saying a British exit, or Brexit, would 'deter investment and threaten jobs.' 'Business needs unrestricted access to the European market of 500 million people in order to continue to grow, invest and create jobs,' the business leaders said in a letter published in the Times. 'We believe that leaving the EU would deter investment, threaten jobs and put the economy at risk,' the letter read. The nearly 200 signatories included top executives from 36 companies listed on London's FTSE 100 index. EPA/ANDY RAIN

PH ‘strong performer’ in 2015

May 14, 2015 - 6:07 PM

The UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific forecasts a 6 5 economic growth for the country this year

IMF cuts 2013 global growth forecast

Jul 09, 2013 - 9:36 PM

IMF cuts its global economic growth forecast to 3 1 citing new downside risks in key emerging market economies and a deeper recession in the eurozone

FORECAST. The Washington-headquartered multilateral lender cuts global economic forecast anew.