2017 Global Macroeconomic Outlook: Goldman Sachs Research's Jan Hatzius

Goldman Sachs’ Chief Economist Jan Hatzius expects global growth to hit 3.5%, which would take us back to the top-end range we've seen in the past five years. The growth would be largely driven by a positive impulse from financial conditions in the US and parts of the emerging world.

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