McKinsey Survey Shows Somewhat Brighter Economic Picture
Nonetheless, the results also show uncertainty and uneasiness about the future, particularly at the global level. In fact, 46 percent of the responding executives agreed that "constrained global markets [were likely to] perpetuate imbalances" in the global economy over the next three months. This view, along with a dip in the share of respondents who expect their national economies to be better in six months, implies a slight dampening of economic hopes since December. Low consumer demand is seen as the largest single threat to national economic recovery in developed economies.
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