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These are the main uncertainty drivers around the world, according to the IMF

Events like Russia's invasion of Ukraine have spiked global uncertainty levels. Image: Pexels/Алесь Усцінаў

Hites Ahir
Senior Research Officer, IMF
Nicholas Bloom
Professor of Economics , Stanford University
Davide Furceri
Economist, IMF’s Research Department
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Graph showing the World Uncertainty Index 2008-2022
Uncertainty has risen since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Image: Ahir, Bloom and Furceri 2022
Graph showing global uncertainty drivers
Multiple global shocks are contributing to high levels of uncertainty. Image: Ahir, Bloom and Furceri 2022

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