The press release accompanying the World Bank’s latest Global Economic Prospects partly blames “falling commodity prices” for “sapp[ing] economic activity,” leaving 2015 global economic growth “less than expected.”
Though this may chime with popular sentiment – that everything, whether it is oil prices or growth forecasts, is heading south together – it actually flies in the face of orthodox economic thinking. This has it that...
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