In the Global Financial Stability Report the IMF examines the evolution of financial markets since the recent financial crisis and points to the buildup of downside risks in various segments of the financial market.
During the 26th Kopaonik Business Forum the main topic was the condition of Serbian economy ten years after the great global economic crisis. Serbia needs 185 years to reach an average purchasing power of the EU if its economic growth rate stays the same.
Poland must be prepared for economic slowdown resulting from the global situation, but recession, at least for the time being, is not expected, the chief economist of the Polish Development Fund, Paweł Dobrowolski, said at the Economic Forum in Krynica.
In May 2018, the level of the Leading Economic Indicator, informing of the future trends in the economy, has not changed significantly compared to April. It has increased by 0.3 points, and is 3.4 points below its recent local peak recorded in January.