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- The world has too much debt;
- trade wars are destabilising and anti-growth;
- monetary policy has run its course; and
- productivity growth remains comfortably below historic norms.
We think there is another factor at play: the demographic outlook is bleak indeed relative to the post-WW2 “boom years”. This is backed-up by the United Nations’ release of its latest forward-looking global demographic database.
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