On Monday, the British Chambers of Commerce slashed its outlook for economic growth for 2019 and 2020, citing a waning global economy, U.S.-Sino trade disputes and Brexit uncertainty.
Germany’s economy is not facing a bigger slowdown or recessive period as previously thought, after shrinking slightly in the second quarter.
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