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Global Trade To Grow At Slowest Pace Since Financial Crisis

Over the past several years, whenever we have looked at the IMF's global growth forecasts, the only chart we said is worth keeping an eye on, is that of global trade, because while GDP can be massaged, retroactively revised, and "double-seasonally adjusted" when the need arises - and is far more a political "metric" than an economic one - trade remains the most objective indicator of how the world is truly doing at any given moment, especially since "central banks can't print trade.
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