These factors are critical to continued global growth, says Morgan Stanley

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SINGAPORE (Dec 19): Morgan Stanley is in the view that the ongoing global economic cycle will stay stronger for longer, on the back of a pick-up in investment growth, a gradual rise in core inflation, steady removal of monetary accommodation, contained financial stability risks in the US, and a moderate slowdown in China.

In the latest edition of Morgan Stanley Research’s Sunday Start series, Chetan Ahya, Global Co-Head of Economics and Chief Asia Economist, Economist, expresses confidence in a number of critical factors which he believes will evolve in a benign fashion going in to 2018.

In the economist’s base case, he expects global investment growth to accelerate meaningfully into 2018 to see global GDP growth rise further above trend... (Click here to read the full story.)