The most important point of the recently published report of the IMF regards the expectations of economic growth in the near future. It is expected that global GDP growth will be stronger in 2016 than in 2014 and 2015 - based on AMarkets.
In particular, the IMF predicts:
* The EU will not grow much in 2016 - no more than 1.6%. However, this is still the maximum growth with the year 20110.
* Growth in the US will improve marginally to 2.8% annual growth in 2016. This will be the maximum rate since 2005.
* The Japanese economy will add 0.5% growth and will grow at a rate of 1% per year in the next year.
* It is expected that developing countries also accelerate the growth of half a per cent to the rate of 4.5% per year.
* The most slow growth in the economies will be focused on the extraction and export of raw materials. In the "exile", so will Russia, Canada, Brazil. It is expected that these three nations in the positive zone growth would only Canada.
Growth projections for 2016 from Bloomberg, IMF, OECD and World Bank: