Fed raises rates again: What you need to know about the global economy this week

A worker pumps a car with gasoline at a gas station in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 10 March 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares/File Photo

The price of fuel is one factor driving global inflation. Image: REUTERS/Pilar Olivares/File Photo

Joe Myers
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Growth is forecast to slow to 3.2% this year.
The IMF has cut its global growth forecasts. Image: IMF

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A look at historical US interest rates. Image: Reuters Graphics

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Levels of disagreement over short-term interest rates. Image: VoxEU
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US business activity stalls, German GDP expected to shrink, and other economics news to read this week

Joe Myers

September 29, 2023

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