A ‘Groundhog Day’ Global Economy In 2016?
By Harry G. Broadman (original source Forbes)
“As 2015 closes and we begin the latter half of the 21st century’s second decade, much of the global economy one year on has changed only modestly and still moving in slow motion. 2016 will surely hold some significant economic surprises. These will likely include re-runs, yet punctuated with new twists, turns and sharper edges. Will the world’s marketplace in 2016 be a shadow of its former self?
Here’s a list of some—but by no means all—of the key factors that will shape our near-term (and perhaps, long-term) economic future. I also point to potential policy changes to keep an eye out for.”
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