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APRIL CONSENSUS FORECASTS 2014

The  April G7 and Western Europe Consensus Forecasts publication will be available 17th April with a special question on Long-term Forecasts.

You can download a sample of Consensus Forecasts at: 12 more words

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April Asia Pacific Consensus Forecasts 2014

The  April Asia Pacific Consensus Forecasts publication will be available 17th April with a special question on Long-term Forecasts.

You can download a sample of Consensus Forecasts at:  10 more words

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONSENSUS FORECASTS MARCH 2014

This month’s special survey focuses on the extent to which exchange rate movements are influenced by a range of different factors, including relative growth, inflation differentials, the trade balance, interest rates and equity investment flows.  63 more words

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LATIN AMERICAN CONSENSUS FORECASTS MARCH 2014

LATIN AMERICAN CONSENSUS FORECASTS MARCH 2014

Argentina’s GDP outlook has worsened further this month after January’s messy devaluation. Financial volatility appears to have receded (for now) following that and the central bank’s sharp hike in interest rates, but fiscal and inflation conditions remain unanchored. 37 more words

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Consensus Forecasts-G7 & Western Europe, March 2014

The  March Consensus Forecasts-G7 & Western Europe publication is now available and includes a special question on quarterly forecasts.

You can download a sample of Consensus Forecasts at: 10 more words

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EASTERN EUROPE CONSENSUS FORECASTS MARCH 2014

EASTERN EUROPE CONSENSUS FORECASTS MARCH 2014

Unlike most recoveries from recession, GDP growth in Central and Eastern Europe has remained weak almost six years after the 2008 financial crisis. 88 more words

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February Energy & Metals Consensus Forecasts publication

The  February Energy & Metals Consensus Forecasts publication is now available .

You can download a sample of Consensus Forecasts at http://www.consensuseconomics.com/con2/more_research.php?submit3=g7

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