Global economic growth is faced with risks deepening in spite of hopes that the main central banks will reduce interest rates or weaken policy. The largest sovereign bond yields have also fallen down as the last economy figures have highlighted the concerns on the economy rise. It appears to be weakening across main developing nations and leading industrialized countries. However, stock markets have come to an arrangement due to hopes of easier monetary policy, in spite of the fact that trade war and global political ambiguity are disrupting investment and business activity.
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