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Fitch lowers forecasts for global growth

By Ben Fox
Fitch Ratings trimmed its forecasts for global gross-domestic product growth, citing "persistent weakness" in the global recovery
The global growth rate is now expected to be 2.1%, down from Fitch's June view of 2.2%
For 2013, the forecast was cut to 2.6%, from 2.8%
For 2014, the rate is expected to be 3%, down from 3.1%
Major advanced economies are seen posting weak or no growth in 2012
In the U.S., persistently high unemployment and the uncertainty surrounding fiscal policy will continue to challenge the economy
Against that background, Fitch lowered its 2013 GDP growth expectations to 2.3% for the U.S., but kept its 2012 forecast at 2.2%
Fitch predicts the euro-zone economy will contract 0.5% this year, followed by growth of only 0.3% and 1.4% in the next two years
Emerging markets should post higher numbers, but also face growth challenges
In China, Fitch said it doesn't expect an abrupt slowdown and forecasts growth of 7.8% in 2012, followed by 8.2% in 2013 and 7.5% in 2014
In India and Brazil, after a cyclical trough in 2012, economic growth should improve in 2013
Russia is predicted to see steady growth at around 3.5% in this and next year

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