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12/04/2014

A Look at 2015

The Economist published its annual outlook for the year ahead so I thought we’d look at the 2015 economic forecasts for some of the major countries.

Europe

Belgium 1.2% [GDP est. for 2015]
Czech Republic 2.7%
Denmark 1.3%
Finland 1.2%
France 0.8%
Germany 1.6%
Greece 2.3%
Ireland 3.0%
Italy 0.3%
Netherlands 1.0%
Norway 2.5%
Poland 3.5%
Portugal 0.8%
Russia 1.0%
Spain 1.4%
Sweden 2.4%
Switzerland 2.5%
Turkey 4.0%
Ukraine 1.2%
United Kingdom 2.5%

Asia

Australia 2.5%
China 7.0%
Hong Kong 2.6%
India 6.5%
Indonesia 5.9%
Japan 1.8%
Malaysia 5.4%
Philippines 6.3%
Singapore 3.8%
South Korea 3.7%
Taiwan 3.3%
Thailand 4.5%
Vietnam 6.6%

North America

Canada 2.3%
Mexico 4.0%
United States 3.2%

Latin America

Argentina 1.9%
Brazil 1.8%
Chile 3.6%
Venezuela -0.5%

Middle East and Africa

Egypt 3.3%
Iran 2.0%
Israel 3.6%
Nigeria 5.8%
Saudi Arabia 4.4%
South Africa 3.4%

Overall....

North America 3.2%
Latin America 2.8%
Western Europe 1.4%
Eastern Europe 2.1%
Middle East / north Africa 4.1%
Sub-Saharan Africa 4.5%
Japan 1.6%
Asia (ex. Japan, Australia and New Zealand) 6.0%
Australasia 2.7%

Source: The Economist

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Brian Trumbore



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Wall Street History

12/04/2014

A Look at 2015

The Economist published its annual outlook for the year ahead so I thought we’d look at the 2015 economic forecasts for some of the major countries.

Europe

Belgium 1.2% [GDP est. for 2015]
Czech Republic 2.7%
Denmark 1.3%
Finland 1.2%
France 0.8%
Germany 1.6%
Greece 2.3%
Ireland 3.0%
Italy 0.3%
Netherlands 1.0%
Norway 2.5%
Poland 3.5%
Portugal 0.8%
Russia 1.0%
Spain 1.4%
Sweden 2.4%
Switzerland 2.5%
Turkey 4.0%
Ukraine 1.2%
United Kingdom 2.5%

Asia

Australia 2.5%
China 7.0%
Hong Kong 2.6%
India 6.5%
Indonesia 5.9%
Japan 1.8%
Malaysia 5.4%
Philippines 6.3%
Singapore 3.8%
South Korea 3.7%
Taiwan 3.3%
Thailand 4.5%
Vietnam 6.6%

North America

Canada 2.3%
Mexico 4.0%
United States 3.2%

Latin America

Argentina 1.9%
Brazil 1.8%
Chile 3.6%
Venezuela -0.5%

Middle East and Africa

Egypt 3.3%
Iran 2.0%
Israel 3.6%
Nigeria 5.8%
Saudi Arabia 4.4%
South Africa 3.4%

Overall....

North America 3.2%
Latin America 2.8%
Western Europe 1.4%
Eastern Europe 2.1%
Middle East / north Africa 4.1%
Sub-Saharan Africa 4.5%
Japan 1.6%
Asia (ex. Japan, Australia and New Zealand) 6.0%
Australasia 2.7%

Source: The Economist

Wall Street History will return in two weeks.

Brian Trumbore