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The US economy will bounce back during the second quarter due to strong employment gains and confident businesses.

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The recent evolution of the US labor force could result in a lower consumption growth environment if certain trends are not reversed.

15 pages

African growth is being powered by increased commodity output, improved political governance, and a rising middle class

24 pages

Concerns about the potential contagion effects of a weak real estate market in China are coming to the forefront.

11 pages

The US and UK are winding down unconventional monetary policies as Japan is set to ramp up such policies during the years ahead.

7 pages

Mr. Putin's actions in Crimea produced short-term benefits for Russia, but will carry far larger costs over the long term.

40 pages

China's rise is forcing advanced and developing economies to reconsider their economic and geopolitical orientations.

29 pages

Growth will improve in advanced economies during 2014 as developing countries will be forced to address long-simmering issues.

9 pages

Fourteen predictions for developments in the global economy during 2014 that are not adequately priced into the marketplace.

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Stronger-than-expected job gains have made it more likely than not that the Fed will start tapering QE3 at its next meeting.

24 pages

After surprising markets by deferring the decision to taper its QE3 program, weak economic data could mean that the Fed won't start the process until early 2014.

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Australian growth will need to be driven by consumption as it transitions from being led by mining during the past half-decade to being led by exports later this decade.

14 pages

Emerging market countries that run current account and fiscal deficits are at risk of capital outflows in response to Fed measures that reduce liquidity in the market.

28 pages

It looks increasingly likely that the Eurozone's recent return to growth will be sustained going forward.

8 pages

Nigeria's strong recent growth performance is likely to receive a further boost from an upcoming privatization of its energy sector.