Unless you’ve been living under a rock, it’s hard to ignore the growth in the global economy.
For the first time, in what seems like a decade, economic conditions have improved across the board. From the U.S. and foreign developed markets to emerging nations, GDPs and economic output are on the rise. This has continued the biggest stock market rally since the end of the credit crisis. And it looks like the good times will keep going.
For a little while, anyway.
According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), trouble is starting to brew for the global economy. While times are going strong now, we could start feeling a bit stretched in a few years. That could signal the next global recession and send stocks lower.
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