10.11.2014 - The international agency Moody's has upgraded its forecasts for global growth
According to analysts of Moody's GDP growth of G20 countries will be about 3.0% in 2015 and 2016 compared with the expected growth of 2.8% in 2014. The strongest growth among the G20 countries is projected in the US, the UK and India. In Europe in the short term is unlikely the significant growth and in 2014 GDP growth will be 0.7% in 2015 - 1.0% and in 2016 - 1.3%. The main risk for the growth of the euro area economy remains the rise of unemployment in the weak countries of the euro area, which will restrain consumer spending and economic growth across the region. In this regard, we remain midterm negative outlook for the euro and European stock markets.